Teams have a month to work on the development, so this weekend is focused on ideation, intentional project design, and identifying work that will have real impact on communities.
We’re changing the way city government works with tech and data. You can too.
At Code for Philly (https://codeforphilly.org/), you don’t need to be a technologist to be a civic hacker. It takes a team with set of diverse talents, perspectives, and experience to make a civic tech project successful.
We’re coming together to improve basic city services and operations at our signature hackathon Code for Philly: City Operations. This hackathon is a rolling hackathon that will last a month, kicking off with a weekend of brainstorming, project design, and hacking and presenting demos October 25th.
This event is an optional day of developing hackathon projects. Space is provided, but there is no additional programming.
As with all of our events, we expect participants to follow the Code for Philly Code of Conduct (https://codeforphilly.org/pages/code_of_conduct).
Interested in supporting this hackathon? Send us a note at [masked] .