Stakeholders from area civic, nonprofit and governmental agencies will present opportunities to improve lives at the Nashville Day of Civic Hacking on Saturday, September 23, at the Nashville Software School. Organized by Code for Nashville in conjunction with the National Day of Civic Hacking, the event is part of a nationwide hackathon orchestrated in cities across the U.S. to provide opportunities to work together to improve society.
The full day of critical thinking, problem solving, designing and coding begins with pitching of project ideas, followed by teams forming around preferred projects. The event is open to both novices and experts and is designed for collaboration among technologists, designers, developers, and operators in civic, nonprofit, and governmental spaces.
Registration is FREE and includes lunch.
Nashville Day of Civic Hacking is organized by Nick Lorenson, application engineer at HCA.