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Posts by Joel Mahoney

Joel Mahoney is a civic technologist and entrepreneur. He was an inaugural fellow at Code for America and is currently co-founder at OpenCounter.us. His work has been featured in the Bloomberg Businessweek, FastCompany and the Huffington Post. He was a winner of the Knight News Challenge on Open Gov and a recipient of the International Design for Experience Award for his work on DiscoverBPS.org.

Lunch Roulette

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One of the exciting things about being in the inaugural class of Code for America Fellows is watching the Code for America culture evolve: hawk screams and git commit messages reverberate through the office; visitors jump into cross-functional teams on… Continue reading

Boston: Citizens Connected

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On our first day in Boston, we were excited to join a conference call hosted by the City to announce developer access to its Citizens Connect platform. Citizens Connect is an innovative mobile app that allows residents to use their… Continue reading

Why I’m Coding for America

After college, I took an internship in the urban planning department of a mid-sized, U.S. city.  I was excited to learn about the practice of urban planning and to see from the inside how cities continue to evolve.  Urban planning,… Continue reading

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