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Notes from the field: BetaNYC’s PLUTO Hacknights | Code for America

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Notes from the field: BetaNYC’s PLUTO Hacknights | Code for America Looking for NYC’s civic hackers PLUTO tools, check out this recap of our month to PLUTO.

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We did a talk for a group of fellows and staff at Code for America, chatting afterwards about how we might be able to support each others’ projects a little more. Some of Code for America’s work in cities in the US overlaps with what we’re working on, and it…

Announcing the Open Data Policy Guidelines, Version 2.0 – Sunlight Foundation Blog

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Announcing the Open Data Policy Guidelines, Version 2.0 – Sunlight Foundation Blog things to note.

Notes from the field: BetaNYC #BikeHack | Code for America

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Notes from the field: BetaNYC #BikeHack | Code for America

OpenShift meets #BetaNYC, a #CfABrigade for NYC.

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Tonight, #BetaNYC was honored to have OpenShift as a sponsor and have two of their best evangelists show us how to make better civic apps. Now, we are ready to build scalable apps and hand them off to others. Thank you Red Hat’s Fotios Lindiakos and Ryan Jarvinen!  PS – It was great to…