16 Dec

Civic Hacks 2013


Last Friday, team member Christopher Nies presented our project at Civic Hacks 2013, a showcase for the city’s civic hacking projects. Thanks to Technically Philly for the roundup (and putting us in the top 5). Chris, who specializes in Python, Arduino and Javascript (and also has a rad hobby making his own bags for cyclists), has been an integral part of the project and a great and enthusiastic spokesperson for civic hacking and the virtues of open source data.

If you are unsure about civic hacking, experience dizziness or sweating, or have a download that lasts for more than 8 hours, consult a doctor or visit the Code for Philly website. Be sure to check out some of the other innovative projects that are underway.

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