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Hack to end Homelessness

This is a great-looking event and worthy of your time. They're looking for data visualization (see italics below) skills, among many others. Consider it a great opportunity to practice your skills, learn something, and contribute to the community. 

No RSVP required, but you must register for the hackathon. Registration covers food and all events. (Consider having your employer sponsor you and the event!)

All description below is taken from the event web site. -Noah

What is Hack to End Homelessness?

Hack to End Homelessness brings together Seattle's housing advocacy community and service providers with the best minds in technology and innovation. Our goal is to design and build solutions to all forms of homelessness, from the homelessness we see on the streets to the hidden problem of family homelessness.

Why Hack to End Homelessness?

We believe that the technology industry can and should be a leading force for good in our city. Every member of our community is impacted by the twin issues of homelessness and affordable housing. As Seattle grows, we want to make sure it remains a dynamic, safe, and affordable place for all of us to live.

What projects will be worked on at the hackathon?

Potential projects range from data visualization and infographics, to creating new social networks and crowdfunding platforms, to helping with critical internal IT needs. The projects proposals all come directly from experts at local service providers and advocacy organizations, which ensures that what you work on over the weekend is fulfilling an urgent need of the community. And those experts will be present throughout the course of the weekend working one-one-one with your team.

See here for a list of projects. Check back often as we'll be updating the project list right up until the morning of the event.

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  • Danica

    I wanted to go to this, but $50 for the opportunity to volunteer is a bit steep... I was thinking I'd go to the networking session tonight first to see how it is. Where should we meet up?

    May 2, 2014

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