Hello Brigadiers! This will be our last meetup of 2016 (crazy right?)
Starting with last year, we like to hold the tradition of our last meeting of the year being focused on celebrating you and all of the great civic minded effort you have given to the community.
If you have contributed to a project or Hackathon like Tabs on Tally or National Day of Civic Hacking- this celebration is for you! We want to recognize everyone.
If you are interested in getting involved and this is your first meeting, we will be talking about what 2017 looks like for us!
After our presentation and recognition is complete, we will still have plenty of time to crank out some commits before we turn over into 2017! :)
• A laptop
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Eat food and drink hot chocolate!
6:30pm - 6:45pm: New intro/on boarding format we would like to share with everyone, including returning members, for feedback.
6:45pm - 7:15pm Recognize our 2016 accomplishments and look at what 2017 has in store for us.
7:15pm - 9pm Last Hack Night of 2016! Get in those last commits of the season!
If you have never been to one of our hack nights before, feel free to come by and meet everyone, and maybe find a project you would like to contribute to. If you want to get involved in our organization we can help you do that!
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.
Contract mobile engineer at Unikey and founder of the Orlando iOS meetup.
Co-Captain- Freelance graphic design and illustrator.
Web App Developer at the City.
can slay mighty datasaurs
Student at UCF's Coding Bootcamp.