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This Philly civic hacker is a 2014 Code for America fellow

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

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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