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George Mason University to Host Next CONNECT Code-A-Thon!

Nicole Kegler | CONNECT | August 10, 2012

In just one week, we will hold our next Code-A-Thon (August 16-17) on the campus of George Mason University!  In addition to the traditional working group sessions, this event will feature a panel of industry experts and a “living” agenda created through Hackpad. Read More »

Is the Grace Hopper Open Source Day 2015 a Turning Point for Open Health and Humanitarian Open Source Projects?

One of the most significant efforts to help open health and humanitarian open source apps seen to date will be taking place tomorrow in Houston, Texas. The event is the Open Source Day 2015, part of the annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) a conference designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront. The full-day Code-A-Thon is focused on “coding for humanitarian causes in a dynamic, collaborative environment.” This day will give “women from around the world the chance to learn how to contribute to the open source community, regardless of their skill or experience level.”

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George Mason University Hosts CONNECT Code-A-Thon

Event Details
August 16, 2012 - 8:00am - August 17, 2012 - 5:00pm
George Mason University
United States

George Mason University is hosting the CONNECT Code-A-Thon on August 16-17, at The Hub - and registration is still open! This event includes plenary sessions, expert panels, and most importantly, working sessions where participants will be working side-by-side with other professionals from the government and private sector. It is also a free-form hackathon that provides the flexibility to work on projects you're interested in, and an opportunity to network with other organizations with similar interests and requirements. Read More »