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Thursday, November 8 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Let's Code for DC (Workshop)

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Three years ago Washington, D.C. was as the very forefront of civic tech, blazing a trail of apps, open data, and open government that other cities were following. This was innovation by the people of D.C. for the people of D.C. with effects that rippled throughout the country. 

 In this interactive session -part presentation and part un-conference - Kevin Curry will introduce you to Code for America and their civic engagement program called "Brigade" that builds off of this foundation. You're invited to contribute your thoughts about what should go into a strategic plan for rebooting civic tech by and for the people of D.C.  

You don't have to be a coder to participate! Code for America loves designers, story tellers, gov experts.. all are welcome. If you care about the intersection of the Internet and civil society as it applies to Washington, D.C. then you should come to this session.

Show your support by tweeting: ""I want to Code for D.C.! #DCWEEK""

Moderated by Kevin Curry, Program Director, Code for America Brigade

 


Speakers
avatar for Anne C. Kerns, AIGA

Anne C. Kerns, AIGA

President, Anne Likes Red, Inc.
I am the face behind Anne Likes Red! I been a practicing designer in the DC area since the early 90s and successfully self-employed for the past six and a half years. | | I am passionate about collaborating with clients to help them solve their communication challenges with the power of design. Thinking about the best way to approach a solution; using color and type and pacing; eliciting responses that resonate with their intended... Read More →


Thursday November 8, 2012 10:00am - 12:00pm
Artisphere 1101 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22209
  • Room Black Box Theater

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