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Presentations of NDoCH Projects! (and hacking)

What a weekend!!?!?!

We are just coming off of the (Inter)National Day of Civic Hacking and the SF Brigade launched some fantastically cool, useful, and insightful projects. 

Come to Code for America HQ (near 9th and Mission) to hear brief presentations from project leads about all that their teams accomplished over the weekend. 

Afterwards, we will be breaking out into groups to continue hacking on these projects to ensure that they live on past this weekend! 

If you have your own project that you want to announce, you'll have that opportunity, too. :)

Some info: (our GitHub repository) (our shared Google Drive)!forum/code-for-san-francisco (our list-serve)

The Projects:

• Quickly find early childhood education and care

• OpenReferral - Easily find any social service from one simple website

• DiscoverSF - Exploring civic data through overlayed visualizations

• Campaign Finance Visualization - where's their $$ come from?

• Bike Theft Mapping - be sure to take your bike INSIDE if you're nearby

• BikeBuddy - connects seasoned bike commuters with interested newbies

• 311 Call Mapping by Type / Location

• SF City Budget Visualization

• Demographics / Transit map overlay - e.g. median income change over time by BART/Muni stop

Code for San Francisco is a chapter of the Code for America Brigade program.

6:30 PM, Wednesday, June 4, 2014