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Once a month, on 3rd Mondays, our Hack Nights now also feature a “Learn Night” educational component. We regularly encounter community members who have info that is relevant to the Brigade--ongoing projects, vexing problems, or tutorials for new skill development.
This Learn Night:
Kelsey Ryan is an investigative/data journalist at The Kansas City Star. Kelsey will talk about open data and the journalistic process of turning it into stories that make a difference.
Our Learn Nights will be on the mezzanine level of Plexpod Crossroads, so project teams can hack away uninterrupted, but we hope you’ll find some topics of interest. These talks are not specifically directed at a technical audience, so they’re a great way for non-coders to get involved with Code for KC.
Presentations and Q&A will run from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Hack Night starts at 6, so you’ll have some time to mingle with the Brigade and grab some snacks.
Already an expert?
Participate in Hack Night. On the lower level, we’re still running our weekly Hack Night, where people interested in helping can joining us to work on our various civic hacking projects to create a better Kansas City. Bring projects, ideas, designs, laptops, data, or friends.
Location: Plexpod Crossroads (formerly Think Big CoWorking).
Entrance in the alley on the West side of the building.
*street parking only*
6:00 - Social / Networking
6:15 - Kickoff and Introductions
6:25 - New Member Orientation and Hacking
6:30 - Learn Night presentation
Code for Kansas City has a Code of Conduct! Please always be respectful and help us keep our events welcoming, positive, productive environments for everyone. Code For Kansas City presenters and participants are held to this anti-harassment policy: http://codeforkc.org/hackkc-code-of-conduct
Connect with Us:
• Join our Code for KC email list http://eepurl.com/7gbQP
• Follow us on Twitter @CodeforKC (http://twitter.com/codeforkc) and @KCDigitalDrive (http://twitter.com/kcdigitaldrive)
Questions? Email our Brigade Captain, Paul Barham: [masked] or [masked]