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Pride 2019: Upgrade Equality

Pride 2019: Upgrade Equality

We’re honored to participate in LGBTQ+ Pride as a sponsor of the parade and festival, and through our work on the Twin Cities Pride mobile app. This year, we’ll march under the theme “Upgrade Equality.”

We Want Your Wish List

We Want Your Wish List

We want to build more software on our own to solve social and environmental problems, but we know we don’t have all the answers. So we’re asking people on the frontlines of these issues: What’s on your wish list?

Automate Acceptance

Automate Acceptance

Software for Good is proud to sponsor the Twin Cities Pride festival and to represent the Minnesota tech community in the parade with the theme Automate Acceptance.

We’re Moving to a New Hub for Social Impact

We’re Moving to a New Hub for Social Impact

As spring (eventually) comes to Minnesota, we’ll be moving to a new home! Software for Good is joining fellow public benefit corporations and social entrepreneurs in the brand-new Finnegans House space in east downtown Minneapolis, sharing space with Impact Hub MSP and the Finnovation Lab incubator. The new development is home to Finnegans’ brewery and … Continued

Using Open Government Data for Good

Using Open Government Data for Good

When citizens have access to government data, they can come up with new ways to use the data, new programs and projects, and new improvements to public services. That’s the concept behind Geo:Code, a conference on open data, government, and technology happening on March 24 and 25, 2018. (Register here — it’s free!) Now in its … Continued

What Does a Technical Project Manager Do?

What Does a Technical Project Manager Do?

I’m over the moon about joining Software for Good this week as their new Technical Project Manager! No judgment if you are wondering what the heck that means; it can be a pretty elusive job title. I think this is partly because “Project Manager” is used in so many different industries. Regardless of the industry, … Continued