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[liberationtech] Hack for Social Change on 11/13 - 8 Hour Hackathon!

Sam King samking at cs.stanford.edu
Mon Oct 31 19:25:40 PDT 2011


Code to (help) save the world!

Participate <http://codethechange.org/hack/register> in the Hackathon on
November 13, 2011!

 [image: code-the-change-hackathon-11-13-2011.png]

Code the Change will have our second hackathon of Fall, 2011 on *November
13 at Stanford*.

If you're interested, *register*! <http://codethechange.org/hack/register>

At these hackathons, you will get the chance to use your programming and
design skills for social change! We have
*projects*<http://codethechange.org/projects/2011-11-13-hackathon-projects>
where
you will improve public health, democracy and governance, education, and
entrepreneurship. You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of
languages.

We have opportunities for people of all experience levels. Everyone will be
working on projects that nonprofit organizations will use to make the world
a better place. People who want a larger leadership role can *step up as a
project leader*. If you're less experienced, we will match less experienced
and more experienced people in groups so that you'll be able to ask
questions and learn.

The registration *deadline is Sunday*, so *sign
up*<http://codethechange.org/hack/register>
 now!

(Please forward.  If you want to post a sign on your door, email
samking at cs.stanford.edu, and he'll print one out for you!)
Sam King
Director | Code the Change <http://codethechange.org> - we have a hackathon
for social good coming up!
Teacher | CS1U: Practical Unix <http://cs1u.stanford.edu> - videos and
exercises are available free online!
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