What we're about

Code for Orlando, a local Code for America brigade, brings the community together to improve Orlando through technology. We are a group of “civic hackers” from various disciplines who are committed to volunteering our talents to make a difference in the local community through technology. We unite to improve the way the community, visitors, and local government experience Orlando.

See what kind of things brigades do, or watch the inspirational TED talk given by Jennifer Pahlka, the founder of Code for America.

Upcoming events (5)

Community Action Night

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We are a non-partisan civic action oriented meetup of coders, designers, activists, policy nerds, data lovers, writers, and concerned citizens. It's not up to other people to create the kind of positive change our community needs, it's up to us! 👋 New to the meetup? *Arrive right at 6:30pm* 💻 Returning and already been on-boarded? *Come at 7pm!* Please bring: • A laptop • Any ideas for change in the community • Appetite for action! And pizza. 🍕 📝 View Full Agenda and Meeting Notes --> https://github.com/cforlando/wiki/wiki/Agendas Doors may be locked when you arrive. If you need help getting in, contact @james_da_game or @Krystina on Slack. 👉Join our Slack. Please email Krystina at [masked] for an invite. Our projects focus on making the Orlando Community the best it can be by using technology to solve problems in housing, environment, justice, and more. Check out our Github: https://github.com/cforlando/ Also check out our links for City data and Data we have collected all on our site: http://www.codefororlando.com BIG THANKS TO: Co.World for generously providing the workspace for our event: https://co.world Would your company/organization be interested in supporting the work of Code for Orlando or this event? If so, please contact Carley Diaz at [masked]. As a donor, you will have the opportunity to connect your brand with the top civic-minded makers, designers, developers, and creatives in Orlando. You can also make a contribution at our donation page: https://bit.ly/donatecfo Code for Orlando, a local Code for America brigade, brings the community together to improve Orlando through technology. We are a group of “civic hackers” from various disciplines who are committed to volunteering our talents to make a difference in the local community through technology. We unite to improve the way the community, visitors, and local government experience Orlando.

Community Action Night

Location visible to members

We are a non-partisan civic action oriented meetup of coders, designers, activists, policy nerds, data lovers, writers, and concerned citizens. It's not up to other people to create the kind of positive change our community needs, it's up to us! 👋 New to the meetup? *Arrive right at 6:30pm* 💻 Returning and already been on-boarded? *Come at 7pm!* Please bring: • A laptop • Any ideas for change in the community • Appetite for action! And pizza. 🍕 📝 View Full Agenda and Meeting Notes --> https://github.com/cforlando/wiki/wiki/Agendas Doors may be locked when you arrive. If you need help getting in, contact @james_da_game or @Krystina on Slack. 👉Join our Slack. Please email Krystina at [masked] for an invite. Our projects focus on making the Orlando Community the best it can be by using technology to solve problems in housing, environment, justice, and more. Check out our Github: https://github.com/cforlando/ Also check out our links for City data and Data we have collected all on our site: http://www.codefororlando.com BIG THANKS TO: Co.World for generously providing the workspace for our event: https://co.world Would your company/organization be interested in supporting the work of Code for Orlando or this event? If so, please contact Carley Diaz at [masked]. As a donor, you will have the opportunity to connect your brand with the top civic-minded makers, designers, developers, and creatives in Orlando. You can also make a contribution at our donation page: https://bit.ly/donatecfo Code for Orlando, a local Code for America brigade, brings the community together to improve Orlando through technology. We are a group of “civic hackers” from various disciplines who are committed to volunteering our talents to make a difference in the local community through technology. We unite to improve the way the community, visitors, and local government experience Orlando.

Community Action Night

Location visible to members

We are a non-partisan civic action oriented meetup of coders, designers, activists, policy nerds, data lovers, writers, and concerned citizens. It's not up to other people to create the kind of positive change our community needs, it's up to us! 👋 New to the meetup? *Arrive right at 6:30pm* 💻 Returning and already been on-boarded? *Come at 7pm!* Please bring: • A laptop • Any ideas for change in the community • Appetite for action! And pizza. 🍕 📝 View Full Agenda and Meeting Notes --> https://github.com/cforlando/wiki/wiki/Agendas Doors may be locked when you arrive. If you need help getting in, contact @james_da_game or @Krystina on Slack. 👉Join our Slack. Please email Krystina at [masked] for an invite. Our projects focus on making the Orlando Community the best it can be by using technology to solve problems in housing, environment, justice, and more. Check out our Github: https://github.com/cforlando/ Also check out our links for City data and Data we have collected all on our site: http://www.codefororlando.com BIG THANKS TO: Co.World for generously providing the workspace for our event: https://co.world Would your company/organization be interested in supporting the work of Code for Orlando or this event? If so, please contact Carley Diaz at [masked]. As a donor, you will have the opportunity to connect your brand with the top civic-minded makers, designers, developers, and creatives in Orlando. You can also make a contribution at our donation page: https://bit.ly/donatecfo Code for Orlando, a local Code for America brigade, brings the community together to improve Orlando through technology. We are a group of “civic hackers” from various disciplines who are committed to volunteering our talents to make a difference in the local community through technology. We unite to improve the way the community, visitors, and local government experience Orlando.

Community Action Night

Location visible to members

We are a non-partisan civic action oriented meetup of coders, designers, activists, policy nerds, data lovers, writers, and concerned citizens. It's not up to other people to create the kind of positive change our community needs, it's up to us! 👋 New to the meetup? *Arrive right at 6:30pm* 💻 Returning and already been on-boarded? *Come at 7pm!* Please bring: • A laptop • Any ideas for change in the community • Appetite for action! And pizza. 🍕 📝 View Full Agenda and Meeting Notes --> https://github.com/cforlando/wiki/wiki/Agendas Doors may be locked when you arrive. If you need help getting in, contact @james_da_game or @Krystina on Slack. 👉Join our Slack. Please email Krystina at [masked] for an invite. Our projects focus on making the Orlando Community the best it can be by using technology to solve problems in housing, environment, justice, and more. Check out our Github: https://github.com/cforlando/ Also check out our links for City data and Data we have collected all on our site: http://www.codefororlando.com BIG THANKS TO: Co.World for generously providing the workspace for our event: https://co.world Would your company/organization be interested in supporting the work of Code for Orlando or this event? If so, please contact Carley Diaz at [masked]. As a donor, you will have the opportunity to connect your brand with the top civic-minded makers, designers, developers, and creatives in Orlando. You can also make a contribution at our donation page: https://bit.ly/donatecfo Code for Orlando, a local Code for America brigade, brings the community together to improve Orlando through technology. We are a group of “civic hackers” from various disciplines who are committed to volunteering our talents to make a difference in the local community through technology. We unite to improve the way the community, visitors, and local government experience Orlando.

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