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Nerd out in NoMa about open data

This Jan. 19 event promises happy hour, popcorn and an all-star panel.

Get nerdy about civic hacking and open data at this upcoming event. (Photo by Flickr user Jon Parise, used under a Creative Commons license)

Want to talk about civic hacking and open data over happy hour? (Here’s some fodder for that.) Join this next event in the “Nerds in NoMa” speaking series on Jan. 19.
The event will feature a panel discussion with a bangin’ lineup of civic hacking/open data all-stars:

There will also be drinks and popcorn — register here.

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