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Code for America Summit 2015

The fall season provides a lot of fresh starts for many. The heat of summer and laxity subside as school semesters commence and vacations wind down. With these endings come new beginnings and the time for civic engagement has never been more rife.

From September 30 to October 2 join CartoDB at Code for America Summit, an international open source conference, held in Oakland, CA. CartoDB’s data technologist, Santiago Giraldo along with Roger Keren, our business developer, will be there to meet you.

For three days U.S. government leaders, technologists, and community members will brainstorm ways to transform government together using open source technology. Here some of the best minds come up with ways to make government services simple, effective, and easy to use.

Come join us at Oakland’s Marriott City Center, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to chat and learn ways to make data-driven visualizations work for your city.

What’s more? Andy Eschbacher and Mamata Akella will also be giving CartoCamp workshops at Stanford University and a talk at UC Berkeley!

Happy data mapping and see you in Oakland!

About the author

Eva earned a degree in advertising and PR in Madrid. She then moved to London, where she received a diploma in digital marketing and spent four years working at multinational corporations. She became member of the CARTO team in 2015.
She enjoys reading, shopping, and finding the best spots to enjoy good food.

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