Do your part to increase civic engagement through technology!
Attend to work on projects:
The weekly civic hacking night is a chance for you to spend time working on the civic application you've been meaning to work on. Need a project to work on or have an idea that you'd like help with? Attend to meet like-minded folks looking to team up on projects.
Help with SeattleWiki.net, work on your own Seattle-oriented project and learn about the state of Seattle's civic technology. Check out our list of local projects to get a sense of what attendees are already working on.
Who should attend:
Technologists, designers, urban planners, journalists, and anyone interested in civic engagemen & technology. Not a coder? Attend to learn programming or get involved other ways!
What you'll need:
Please bring a laptop (or be prepared to team up with someone that has a laptop, or work on projects that don't require a computer).
How to find us:
Enter the front doors on King St., take a right down the hallway and the Socrata office is the first door on the right.
If you arrive and the door is locked:
Email me at [masked] or call[masked] to get let in!