Who says D.C. isn’t creative?
We at Technical.ly cover tech-driven businesses every day, but we love a good side project. They bring joy and awe and wonder to the vast hellscape that is the modern-day internet.
We also love a good contest, so we’ve created a quick poll to celebrate the best work of fun-loving D.C. technologists.
We’ll be accepting votes until 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26 and we’ll be sure to let you know who won.
To re-familiarize yourself with the 14 nominees, here’s a look at some of our past coverage:
@DistrictPic from Max Leyzerovich
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) April 2, 2016
PAW from iStrategyLabs
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) March 24, 2016
powwow from Owen Willis
— Andrew Beaujon (@abeaujon) May 12, 2016
Capital Improvement Tracker from Chris Given, Code for DC
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) July 22, 2016
DataLensDC from Kate Rabinowitz
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) May 12, 2016
viewtific from Carla Uriona
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) June 13, 2016
Coffeemate from 18F
The Slackbot that 18F uses to connect a diverse, remote team https://t.co/8v4bNEwGZV
— melody joy kramer (@mkramer) April 4, 2016
We The People DC from Katelyn Bryant-Comstock and Macon Lowman
Don’t Play With Your News from Gregor Hochmuth
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) March 25, 2016
@TuneIntoNews from Sarah-Jaine Szekeresh, Hear Me Code
— Zack Seward (@zackseward) January 19, 2016
#dctech Ping Pong Invitational from Social Tables
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) August 26, 2016
100 Days of Commits from Women Who Code DC
— Women Who Code (@WomenWhoCode) August 4, 2016
DC Tech Cal from Troy Crosby
— Data Community DC (@DataCommunityDC) December 17, 2014
Civic data nonprofit District Ninja
— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) September 6, 2016
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