For this weekly hack night, we're doing a special Wednesday session and doubling up with our osmp 2015 mentor/mentee teams. This is the last one of the series! The event is still open to all our members, so please read below for more information. But before you do! The 2015 mentorship program has been possible by the generous support of our sponsors: Azavea (@azavea), Delphic Digital (@DelphicDigital), PromptWorks (@PromptWorks) and Chariot Solutions (@ChariotSolution)--check em out and be sure to give em a shout of thanks! Don't forget the #osmp2015 :]
Join us at our weekly workshop to learn about technology, sharpen your skills, and help Philly at the same time! There are ample opportunities for people with any skill set and experience level to have an impact. Check out our website for a list of active projects (http://codeforphilly.org (http://codeforphilly.org/)) or just stop by and ask for a captain to help you get started.
Our final session is sponsored by Microsoft! We'll hear more from them during the lightning talks round.
Interested in sponsoring this workshop? Comment under this event or click the "Contact" button under the organizers list on the left side of the page.
6pm - doors & seats open
6:30pm - food & first-timer orientations
7pm - introductions, community announcements, & demos
7:30pm- lightning talks and breakout sessions
9pm - commit & quit
If this is your first Code for Philly, try to arrive on the early side to join our group orientation for new members at 6:30. If you can't make it until later that's fine too, just let the first person you run into know it's your first time at Code for Philly and they'll direct you to one of our organizers.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
• Do I need to be a coder?
No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties.
• Do I need to have a lot of experience before helping a project?
Nope, just be willing to start out helping a project with something easy but maybe less glamorous.
• Do I need to bring my own laptop?
Yes, unfortunately we are not able to provide computers, and opportunities to participate without one are limited.