Senior Software Engineer, Code for America
Andrew Hyder is a civic hacker who enjoys making apps and maps. He is the developer relations engineer at Code for America where he travels the world helping volunteers build useful technology for their cities. As a 2013 CfA fellow in Kansas City, he advised on open data legislation, helped organize a volunteer Brigade, and developed BizFriend.ly to help small business owners adopt new technology. A trained urban planner, he has built school yards, bicycle paths, and neighborhood parks around the Bay Area.