[Chugalug] "Code for America" $420,000 USD
william.roush at roushtech.net
Mon Sep 2 19:30:00 UTC 2013
Try to add skills in order of familiarity, site reorders them. :|
Oh well, signed up, looking at the projects though and nothing seems to
jump out, don't really want to dedicate time to a dead app or one that
relies on manual data gathering that we wont get our hands on...
Both "deployed" apps are broken... :\
On 9/2/2013 2:52 PM, Dave Brockman wrote:
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> On 9/2/2013 1:33 PM, Mike Harrison wrote:
>> "11-month program "where developers, designers, researchers, and
>> product managers work with city staff to produce open-source web
>> apps to improve city services and the community. Fellows work out
>> of the San Francisco office for the bulk of the year -- traveling
>> to their assigned partner cities for the month February and various
>> times throughout the year to meet with community members and city
>> staff, and test their apps. Fellows receive $35,000 USD,
>> professional development opportunities, and healthcare benefits."
>> This seems like a lot of money going to San Francisco developers
>> for things that locals should be doing.. and getting paid for.
>> Anyone got any insight?
>> I see it's mentioned on:
>> But no real info.
> I found this....
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