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Code Across Austin V: Civic Hack Summit

Code Across Austin V

Code Across Austin V: The Civic Hack Summit will be held on February 28th in an effort to create new and innovative ways for the community of Austin to work with its government. This event will bring government staff, public policy experts, and citizens together to work on Austin's challenges with new technologies.

The goal of this event is to identify problems that can be addressed with technological solutions. Projects from this event will be worked on in the future at Austin hacking events. 

For more information on the event visit Open Austin's website:

Event Information:

Date: Sat, Feb 28, 2015
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: The Iron Yard3601 South Congress Ave, Bldg C, AustinTX 78704

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