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.
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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"