955 Charter Street, Redwood City, CA
Join Open San Mateo County, aka OpenSMC, for our weekly civic hack nights, where we develop open source apps that help to solve community-wide issues and help local governments deliver public services more effectively, improve agency collaboration, increase community engagement, and promote data-driven decision making. OpenSMC is a Code for America Brigade serving the County of San Mateo and its 16 cities, 4 towns and unincorporated communities. Contribute to the betterment of San Mateo County, build your own portfolio (see our projects list), and meet awesome people!
Technical Skills Welcome
Software developers, Android/iOS developers, system/database admins, UX/UI designers, data scientists/analysts, GIS/mapping gurus.
Civic hack nights take place at the OpenGov Headquarters at 955 Charter Street in Redwood City.
There is free parking on-site, however OpenGov staff will be coming/going right around 6PM when we start, so parking may be tight. There is street parking, so please plan accordingly.
6:00PM: Arrive / Eat
6:05PM: Welcome / Announcements
6:15PM: Project Updates / Pitch Session (see projects list or pitch a new project)
8:20PM: Wrap Up
8:30PM: Doors Close
New to Civic Hack Night?
If you're new to civic hack night, please review the projects list and let us know if anything catches your eye and we'll pair you up with the project team. If you've got an idea for a new project, definitely let us know. We love great ideas!
For more info:
• GitHub: http://github.com/opensmc
• Project Info: http://opensmc.org/projects