Adam Stacoviak and Andrew Thorp talk with Michal Migurski (CTO) and Ezra Spier (Fellow) about civic hacking at Code for America, technical sustainability in government, skill gap for more modern software in government, open city data and more.
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Notes and Links
If you’re a developer, designer, researcher, data enthusiast, urban planner, or entrepreneur who wants to make a difference - Code for America’s 11-month program is your opportunity use your skills to give back to your community. Apply to be a Fellow!
- Code for America | A New Kind of Public Service
- Michal Migurski (michalmigurski) on Twitter
- Ezra Spier (ahhrrr) on Twitter
- Apply for a Fellowship. Deadline: July 31 | Code for America
- Code for America (codeforamerica) on Twitter
- Mayor Parker Announces Implementation of First City of Houston Hackathon Project
- The Changelog #65: Code for America with Erik Michaels-Ober and Max Ogden
- github.com/codeforamerica (Code For America)
- The City of Chicago is on Github - The Changelog
- RailsBridge: Free Ruby on Rails workshops for women and their friends
- What is GTFS? - Transit — Google Developers
- Guido van Rossum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia