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Come to Ladies who Code DC!


Ladies who Code (like the name suggests) is a gathering of ladies who code. Ladies Who Code, which already has chapters in Manchester, New York and London, recently opened their DC chapter and the first Meetup will be hosted at Sunlight’s DC offices.

Ladies Who Code DC What: Ladies Who Code DC Meetup

Where: Sunlight Foundation, 1818 N St. NW Suite 300 Washington, DC, 20036

When: September 19, 6:30pm

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Tools for Transparency: A Crowdmap for Open Government


Crowdmap is the hosted version of the Ushahidi platform, which allows you to quickly crowdsource information to a map in real time. Crowdmap has typically been used to monitor elections in developing countries, map crisis information as an event unfolds or to curate local resources. Two examples include Syria Tracker which tracks the missing, arrested or killed in Syria while Vacant NYC keeps tabs on vacant properties in and around New York City. We've been using the service for the past few months to curate Sunlight Meetups and open government events taking place around the United States. You can see the latest events on our Participate page.

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