New Website Coming (Real) Soon

For years we have struggled with creating a site that helps people all over the world engage with Gangplank. Having multiple locations, each with a different set of initiatives, numerous events, and so many things happening in the Gangplank movement can be intimidating.

Instead of waiting to be perfect, we are going to Be Dangerous. This month you will see some major changes to our site. We will be launching a new, extremely simple, theme. We can figure out what is and is not working, and quickly iterate to improve the site for everyone.

Visit our github project to get involved and make the Gangplank experience better for everyone. Any and all skillsets are welcome.

Gangplank Open Forum Live Blog (11am)

Can’t make it to Gangplank today for the Open Forum? Follow the conversation here and leave your comments.

Ignite Phoenix Developer #3 Update

Due to a low number of submissions, Ignite Phoenix Developer #3 has been canceled.  We apologize to the individuals who submitted, but we didn’t want to half-ass an event. We will be planning another developer event in the near future, so keep watching our blog, facebook page and twitter for updates.

In the meantime, developers come join us at Gangplank for Hacknight each Wednesday from 6pm to whenever the energy drinks run out. This is an opportunity to share what you’ve been working on and ideas you have with a community of like-minded individuals. Perhaps a new venture or project will come of it. You’ll only know if you come participate.

Upcoming Events

06/13 10:00 AM
MonsoonCon 2015

MonsoonCon (formerly know as AZ ChaserCon) returns to Gangplank Chandler, Saturday, June 13, 2015, 10 AM to 6 PM, free. The objective of MonCon is to bring weather enthusiasts, weather professionals, scientists, spotters and storm chasers together to share, educate, network and inspire one another. I believe together we can build a community of people who will be able to encourage the study of Arizona’s weather with emphasis on the monsoon, stimulate proactive brainstorming conversations and increase public safety awareness.

MonsoonCon 2015 features 12 News Meteorologist Matt Pace, PhD, KVOA News Tucson Meteorologist Jeff Beamish, and National Weather Service-Phoenix Meteorologist Char Dewey. Storm chasers presenting at MonCon include Jerrod Harris, Kem Poyner, Bryan Snider, Will Wilkens, Mike Olbinski, Trey Greenwood, Corbin Lee Jaeger and MonCon organizer Christian Cleary.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MonsoonCon/580683235333199
Twitter:
@MonsoonCon
https://twitter.com/MonsoonCon
06/13/2015
Start: Time
10:00 am
End: Date
06/13/2015
End: Time
06:00 pm
Location
Chandler
Initiative
Labs
Name (Organizer)
Christian Cleary
Email (Organizer)
ccleary33@gmail.com

Type of Event
Open (Public)
Is there a cost?
Free