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Jan. 20, 2014 11:30 am

This Philly civic hacker is a 2014 Code for America fellow

Inside Code for America headquarters, photo by Tiffany Chu via Twitter.

Jeff Maher, the Philly civic hacker behind projects like Reclaim Philly and Kiqstand, is a 2014 fellow at Code for America, the year-long program that pairs developers and city governments in an effort to find innovative solutions to city problems.

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Maher, who used to work as a software developer at Johnson & Johnson, is working with the Rhode Island Code for America team.

Lyzi Diamond, a former Philadelphia technologist who moved to Portland, is also a 2014 fellow.

Read about Code for America’s two years of Philadelphia fellows here.

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