From the archive: oldies and goodies
We moved our blog to a new home on the internet. (Check it out, it's great.) Unfortunately, not everything came along with us. Our staff, fellows, friends and supporters have been posting interesting pieces since 2010. Check out all 1042 of our archived posts here.
Jul 28, 2015 by Christopher Whitaker
Talking to the media can be both exciting and a little scary. Here are a few pointers to staying on message and guiding an interview to success. We’re here to support Brigades to be successful in managing their own media requests, as well as helping Brigades know when to escalate requests to Code for America when needed.
Jul 24, 2015 by Andrew Hyder
More than 27,000 people around the globe help make their communities and governments work better through the Code for America network. Here’s a brief snapshot of what happened across the network this week:
Jul 20, 2015 by Michal Migurski
There’s been incredible momentum recently on the OpenAddresses project. As of now, we have opened more than 130 million addresses in nearly a dozen countries, 10 million more since our last update. Those addresses have come from 650 datasets, with a total of 70 people contributing to the project.
Jul 17, 2015 by Andrew Hyder
The Code for America network is made up of more than 27,000 people around the world who help make their communities and governments work better. Here’s a brief snapshot of what happened across the network this week:
Jul 17, 2015 by Amy Mok
What technology stack is best for this project? That’s always a hard question to answer.
Jul 13, 2015 by Nicole Neditch
Are you a developer, designer, or product manager who wants to fix things that matter? As a Code for America Fellow, you’ll use your skills to directly impact people’s lives.
Jul 10, 2015 by Andrew Hyder
The Code for America network is made up of more than 26,000 people around the world who help make their communities and governments work better. Here’s a brief snapshot of what happened across the network this week:
Jul 10, 2015 by Judy van Soldt
Jul 9, 2015 by Michal Migurski
Jul 9, 2015 by Cyd Harrell
I started 2015 with a hypothesis that if we made it easier to adopt Code for America products, many more governments would do so, and would benefit from doing so. Working with the internal product team and former fellows, we set out with this goal: