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  • Code for Chapel Hill

    Online event

    ** What we'll do: ** Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Help us improve the lives of residents of Chapel Hill and neighboring communities. Because of social distancing measures, meetings will take place on Zoom until further notice. This meeting is great for first-time attendees. We will discuss our organizational mission, how you can get involved, and update you on our current project. We currently have two main projects (see What to Know for more), but new project ideas are always welcome! Storytellers, Marketers, Programers, Engineers, designers, web developers, IT Professionals, those curious about data, and lovers of Chapel Hill are all welcome! Even if you are not a tech type, there are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. ** What to Know ** • This brigade meets twice a month at Town of Chapel Hill's Town Hall Room 344. The address is 405 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. • See the Code for Chapel Hill website (codeforchapelhill.com) for general information on projects. • See project Github pages for current issues and project goals. • Jump on the Slack page to see discussions on each project. Searching "-ch" will result in the channels related to the Code for Chapel Hill brigade. ** What to bring ** • A computer and some creative energy! • Project ideas! Review the ChapelHillOpenData.org site to review available datasets. Each meeting includes a pitch window for possible future projects. Your ideas could be our next project! ** Sample Project Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:40: Project Time / Hack Session - 7:40 - 7:50: New Project Pitches for upcoming meetings - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items ** Sample Presentation Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:20: Presentations and Q&A - 7:30 - 7:50: Project Updates in teams - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items Join Zoom Meeting https://unc.zoom.us/j/98460997862 Meeting ID:[masked]

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session

    Caktus Group

    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30 pm: Mingle and get pizza • 5:45 pm: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15 pm: Announcements + project updates • 6:30 pm: Break into groups + work on projects Code for Durham is a bi-weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Pizza will be provided! This night is for those who want to: • get work done on civic projects; • start a new project, or find one to join; • get feedback from technical, government, or community experts; and/or • learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, and smart and open government. For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should be sure to bring your laptop. Prior to the Meetup, you can explore www.codefordurham.com to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI) or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists). Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun! Do good!

  • Code for Chapel Hill

    Online event

    ** What we'll do: ** Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Help us improve the lives of residents of Chapel Hill and neighboring communities. Because of social distancing measures, meetings will take place on Zoom until further notice. This meeting is great for first-time attendees. We will discuss our organizational mission, how you can get involved, and update you on our current project. We currently have two main projects (see What to Know for more), but new project ideas are always welcome! Storytellers, Marketers, Programers, Engineers, designers, web developers, IT Professionals, those curious about data, and lovers of Chapel Hill are all welcome! Even if you are not a tech type, there are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. ** What to Know ** • This brigade meets twice a month at Town of Chapel Hill's Town Hall Room 344. The address is 405 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. • See the Code for Chapel Hill website (codeforchapelhill.com) for general information on projects. • See project Github pages for current issues and project goals. • Jump on the Slack page to see discussions on each project. Searching "-ch" will result in the channels related to the Code for Chapel Hill brigade. ** What to bring ** • A computer and some creative energy! • Project ideas! Review the ChapelHillOpenData.org site to review available datasets. Each meeting includes a pitch window for possible future projects. Your ideas could be our next project! ** Sample Project Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:40: Project Time / Hack Session - 7:40 - 7:50: New Project Pitches for upcoming meetings - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items ** Sample Presentation Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:20: Presentations and Q&A - 7:30 - 7:50: Project Updates in teams - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items Join Zoom Meeting https://unc.zoom.us/j/98460997862 Meeting ID:[masked]

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session

    Caktus Group

    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30 pm: Mingle and get pizza • 5:45 pm: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15 pm: Announcements + project updates • 6:30 pm: Break into groups + work on projects Code for Durham is a bi-weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Pizza will be provided! This night is for those who want to: • get work done on civic projects; • start a new project, or find one to join; • get feedback from technical, government, or community experts; and/or • learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, and smart and open government. For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should be sure to bring your laptop. Prior to the Meetup, you can explore www.codefordurham.com to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI) or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists). Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun! Do good!

  • Code for Chapel Hill

    Online event

    ** What we'll do: ** Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Help us improve the lives of residents of Chapel Hill and neighboring communities. Because of social distancing measures, meetings will take place on Zoom until further notice. This meeting is great for first-time attendees. We will discuss our organizational mission, how you can get involved, and update you on our current project. We currently have two main projects (see What to Know for more), but new project ideas are always welcome! Storytellers, Marketers, Programers, Engineers, designers, web developers, IT Professionals, those curious about data, and lovers of Chapel Hill are all welcome! Even if you are not a tech type, there are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. ** What to Know ** • This brigade meets twice a month at Town of Chapel Hill's Town Hall Room 344. The address is 405 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. • See the Code for Chapel Hill website (codeforchapelhill.com) for general information on projects. • See project Github pages for current issues and project goals. • Jump on the Slack page to see discussions on each project. Searching "-ch" will result in the channels related to the Code for Chapel Hill brigade. ** What to bring ** • A computer and some creative energy! • Project ideas! Review the ChapelHillOpenData.org site to review available datasets. Each meeting includes a pitch window for possible future projects. Your ideas could be our next project! ** Sample Project Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:40: Project Time / Hack Session - 7:40 - 7:50: New Project Pitches for upcoming meetings - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items ** Sample Presentation Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:20: Presentations and Q&A - 7:30 - 7:50: Project Updates in teams - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items Join Zoom Meeting https://unc.zoom.us/j/98460997862 Meeting ID:[masked]

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session

    Caktus Group

    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30 pm: Mingle and get pizza • 5:45 pm: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15 pm: Announcements + project updates • 6:30 pm: Break into groups + work on projects Code for Durham is a bi-weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Pizza will be provided! This night is for those who want to: • get work done on civic projects; • start a new project, or find one to join; • get feedback from technical, government, or community experts; and/or • learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, and smart and open government. For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should be sure to bring your laptop. Prior to the Meetup, you can explore www.codefordurham.com to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI) or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists). Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun! Do good!

  • Code for Chapel Hill

    Online event

    ** What we'll do: ** Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Help us improve the lives of residents of Chapel Hill and neighboring communities. Because of social distancing measures, meetings will take place on Zoom until further notice. This meeting is great for first-time attendees. We will discuss our organizational mission, how you can get involved, and update you on our current project. We currently have two main projects (see What to Know for more), but new project ideas are always welcome! Storytellers, Marketers, Programers, Engineers, designers, web developers, IT Professionals, those curious about data, and lovers of Chapel Hill are all welcome! Even if you are not a tech type, there are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. ** What to Know ** • This brigade meets twice a month at Town of Chapel Hill's Town Hall Room 344. The address is 405 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. • See the Code for Chapel Hill website (codeforchapelhill.com) for general information on projects. • See project Github pages for current issues and project goals. • Jump on the Slack page to see discussions on each project. Searching "-ch" will result in the channels related to the Code for Chapel Hill brigade. ** What to bring ** • A computer and some creative energy! • Project ideas! Review the ChapelHillOpenData.org site to review available datasets. Each meeting includes a pitch window for possible future projects. Your ideas could be our next project! ** Sample Project Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:40: Project Time / Hack Session - 7:40 - 7:50: New Project Pitches for upcoming meetings - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items ** Sample Presentation Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:20: Presentations and Q&A - 7:30 - 7:50: Project Updates in teams - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items Join Zoom Meeting https://unc.zoom.us/j/98460997862 Meeting ID:[masked]

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session

    Caktus Group

    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30 pm: Mingle and get pizza • 5:45 pm: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15 pm: Announcements + project updates • 6:30 pm: Break into groups + work on projects Code for Durham is a bi-weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Pizza will be provided! This night is for those who want to: • get work done on civic projects; • start a new project, or find one to join; • get feedback from technical, government, or community experts; and/or • learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, and smart and open government. For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should be sure to bring your laptop. Prior to the Meetup, you can explore www.codefordurham.com to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI) or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists). Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun! Do good!

  • Code for Chapel Hill

    Online event

    ** What we'll do: ** Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Help us improve the lives of residents of Chapel Hill and neighboring communities. Because of social distancing measures, meetings will take place on Zoom until further notice. This meeting is great for first-time attendees. We will discuss our organizational mission, how you can get involved, and update you on our current project. We currently have two main projects (see What to Know for more), but new project ideas are always welcome! Storytellers, Marketers, Programers, Engineers, designers, web developers, IT Professionals, those curious about data, and lovers of Chapel Hill are all welcome! Even if you are not a tech type, there are plenty of opportunities to use your skills. ** What to Know ** • This brigade meets twice a month at Town of Chapel Hill's Town Hall Room 344. The address is 405 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. • See the Code for Chapel Hill website (codeforchapelhill.com) for general information on projects. • See project Github pages for current issues and project goals. • Jump on the Slack page to see discussions on each project. Searching "-ch" will result in the channels related to the Code for Chapel Hill brigade. ** What to bring ** • A computer and some creative energy! • Project ideas! Review the ChapelHillOpenData.org site to review available datasets. Each meeting includes a pitch window for possible future projects. Your ideas could be our next project! ** Sample Project Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:40: Project Time / Hack Session - 7:40 - 7:50: New Project Pitches for upcoming meetings - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items ** Sample Presentation Night Schedule ** - 6:00 - 6:10: Mix and mingle - 6:10 - 6:20: --- CfA and CfCH Overviews --- Current Projects Summaries --- On-boarding Review - 6:20 - 7:20: Presentations and Q&A - 7:30 - 7:50: Project Updates in teams - 7:50 - 8:00: Progress Recaps and Action Items Join Zoom Meeting https://unc.zoom.us/j/98460997862 Meeting ID:[masked]

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session

    Caktus Group

    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30 pm: Mingle and get pizza • 5:45 pm: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15 pm: Announcements + project updates • 6:30 pm: Break into groups + work on projects Code for Durham is a bi-weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Pizza will be provided! This night is for those who want to: • get work done on civic projects; • start a new project, or find one to join; • get feedback from technical, government, or community experts; and/or • learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, and smart and open government. For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should be sure to bring your laptop. Prior to the Meetup, you can explore www.codefordurham.com to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI) or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists). Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun! Do good!