We like to make hackathons be about more than code and about more than products. With a new mayor and new priorities, a presidential primary and Democratic National Convention, a mess of new councilpersons, and more than a few groups abuzz about millenials in public office, there hasn’t been a better, or more important time, to be a civic hacker and improve Philly democracy. Read this post about how you can contribute to hacking democracy whether it’s with code or ideas.Read more "Help make DemHack2016 the best Code for Philly hackathon yet"
Come to ELA Conf for a weekend event, and you’ll join a community to grow withRead more "If you’re a woman doing cool things and not talking about them, you need ELA Conf"
30 civic hackers, 5 projects, 1 weekend of re-thinking Philadelphia sustainability Over the weekend Code for Philly organized a 3-day long event that included presentations/unconference sessions that led into a hacking marathon. This was the fourth hackathon we organized this year, and I would argue one of the most successful we’ve seen yet. A few reasons […]Read more "Code for Philly SustyHack2015 Wrap Up"
I can’t say I’ve been much of a blogger. Well. Not a blogger at all. But I’m noticing a lot of my experiences are quickly passing me by, and as an advocate of documentation and due diligence I can’t very well continue to not write a thing. So why not start on the website I […]Read more "An Introductory Post, only a year later"