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Tim W.


Portland, ME

Member since:

March 30, 2014

How do you think technology can improve local governance?

Technology can (and should) reinvent the relationships between residents, visitors, and the government to empower everyone to creatively participate in building a bright future. I'm an advocate for leveraging technology to improve education, collaboration, and the greater community.

Are you familiar with the work of Code for America?

Heard about it

What skills do you specialize in (e.g. Planning, Organizing, Archiving, Programming, Electronics?)

I have programming experience in web, mobile, and physical computing fields working with iOS, Arduino, Scratch, and other technologies. I also love strategic planning and creative discussions.


I am an avid learner and problem solving enthusiast. I am passionate about sharing ideas and collaborating to make the world a better place, one line of code at a time. Currently, I work as the CTO at http://www.double...­

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