Join us for a bi-weekly work night featuring Pittsburgh Food Policy Council's Food Access Tool! We'll be introducing our projects to members of Pitt's computer science club, so this is a beginner-friendly event. Seasoned team members are also welcome!
You can also BYO Project! Anyone is also welcome to come explore open data and work on their own project. Examples include parking data analysis, an opioid overdose dashboard, bike crashes, and more!
More information below:
Pittsburgh Food Policy Council's Food Access Tool:
This project's goal is to create an internal and public-facing resource (e.g. an interactive map) for people looking to find healthy, affordable food (ie. where can I buy produce with SNAP?).
- PFPC Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1hk3n8cwbKtqxZjHni3JJlvjSSUeCv4dbVIdjq3FiTp8/edit?usp=sharing
- Documentation: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13JINdc4eNQFJEV9l9nKmEJsB6kRMf3bp
- Team lead: Steve Saylor
- How to get project updates: Email Steve at [masked] to be added to the project’s Slack (pghfoodhackathon2019.slack.com)
Future in-person work nights will be scheduled biweekly on Wednesday evenings at Code and Supply.