We got an advisory board!
I should have written this post weeks ago, but I hope you'll read it and consider joining our ops teams as either a lead or in a support role. Code for Philly is ready for take #2 on its leadership team. Read about why I think you should join and how it could be one of the most transformational experiences in your life.
Is your team ready for Project Demo Night? Below are some tips to help with your presentation. CaaSH Project Demo Night will be October 25th at Seer Interactive.
Reflecting on the CaaSH kickoff weekend, it's clear that there's a lot more to delivering on civic tech than code alone. Join us for demo night on Tuesday, October 25th, 6-9pm at the Seer Interactive offices in Northern Liberties. The event is free, but RSVP is required. Space is limited. http://www.meetup.com/Code-for-Philly/events/234433705/
Project Management can be a hard task for any group. With our Brigade members working as volunteers, fitting in their work around busy lives and work schedules, it can hard to get the project moving forward at times.
YadaGuru will be hosting a workshop with Southwest Leadership Academy Charter School to help college bound students use their app.
In early 2015, we rolled out our first leadership team. As Code for Philly has evolved, we’re looking for fresh blood to keep us moving in the right direction.
Datasets for Caash hackathon
Code for Philly isn’t your typical group of hackers. And City as a Service Hackathon (CaasH) isn't your typical hackathon. Join us for a month-long co-creation hackathon to build solutions that meet real, community issues in Philadelphia.
City as a Service Opportunity Statements 2016
City as a Service 2016 Contributors
City as a Service Hackathon's Schedule
City as a Service Hackathon 2016
A look back at how the Philly Ward Leaders project from last year's DemHacks brought together diverse skillsets to bring vital information into the public domain.
Check out the data and APIs available for #DemHack2016!
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. Join us 3/18-3/20!
Hour-by-hour schedule for the Friday night Community Needs Assessment and Saturday-Sunday Hackathon
Our first signature hackathon of the year is coming up, and we need your help planning the best DemHack yet.
Now and then we like to reflect on the great work you - the brigade! - are bringing to Philadelphia. Dave Brindley saw a problem in his neighborhood and set out to fix it. Now, his project NotInPhilly.org is expanding to other areas in the city.
Good News Everyone! From time to time, there are changes that impact the brigade as a whole. On those occasions, we’ll make a brigade update (like the one you’re about to read). We've grown a lot over the last year at Code for Philly, and we have even more planned for 2016. Keep reading to see what’s coming up and what's changing!