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How many brilliant technologists got their start by meeting the right person?
A chance to learn about coding can be all it takes to get someone started as a civic hacker, and Code for Philly wants to give technologists and non-tech folks alike a chance to do just that at its upcoming Open House Night.
— Code for Philly (@CodeForPhilly) August 25, 2016
“We encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills,” the event invite reads. “Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Code for Philly projects and operations.”-30-
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