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Code for America Open House

After work today, I ducked into Code for America’s open house in SoMa, joining a vibrant tech crowd including CfA founder Jennifer Pahlka, Craig Newmark, SF Environment’s Lawrence Grodeska, Tim O’Reilly and many more. CfA is a non-profit organization that pairs teams of civic hackers with host cities to match Web 2.0 solutions with community challenges.

Four teams leave Saturday for a month with their host cities of DC, Boston, Seattle and Philadelphia, and the CfA fellows took time to answer questions about their mission.

Learn more about Code for America on its site. Check out more Code for America photos here.

Adriel Hampton

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