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CodeforCuritiba Hack Night

Come join developers, designers, nerds, data geeks, leaders, and idea-makers who volunteer to help government and civic organizations adopt open web technologies for Brazil. We are technology and civic activists fostering community-authored projects.

We are OpenBrazil.org, we are Code For Brazil!

Come for games, networking, and hacking projects!

OpenHack Monthly Meetup

OpenHack London’s purpose is to offer a space where people of any skill level and interest can get together to develop and design.

Bring any project you want to work on. Don’t have a project? No problem. You’ll find someone to pair with at the meetup.

OpenHack London is very novice friendly. Just interested in seeing what people are up to? Come on by and sit in on a project someone is working on.

Cambridge Weekly Hack Night

Our weekly work session will be at the Cambridge Innovation Center in Kendall Square, on the FOURTH FLOOR, in the CAFE. These Hack Nights are our time to meet in person to work on and discuss civic tech projects. Come by to say hi and hack with us!

Transportation
The Red Line stop for CIC is Kendall. For those who drive, there is a pay parking lot underneath the building, and limited meter parking in the area. Additionally, the MIT Hayward St lot is free after 5pm. Please make sure to check in with security when you arrive.

Schedule
7:10pm – Opening remarks, project updates, announcements
7:30pm – New member orientation
8:00pm – Hacking!

During the event, join our Hackpad for announcement links and collaborative note taking.

To ensure that Code for Boston is a welcoming space for all, staff and participants are held to our Code of Conduct.

Cambridge Weekly Hack Night

Our weekly work session will be at the Cambridge Innovation Center in Kendall Square, on the FOURTH FLOOR, in the CAFE. These Hack Nights are our time to meet in person to work on and discuss civic tech projects. Come by to say hi and hack with us!

Transportation
The Red Line stop for CIC is Kendall. For those who drive, there is a pay parking lot underneath the building, and limited meter parking in the area. Additionally, the MIT Hayward St lot is free after 5pm. Please make sure to check in with security when you arrive.

Schedule
7:10pm – Opening remarks, project updates, announcements
7:30pm – New member orientation
8:00pm – Hacking!

During the event, join our Hackpad for announcement links and collaborative note taking.

To ensure that Code for Boston is a welcoming space for all, staff and participants are held to our Code of Conduct.