The Nonprofit Exchange Hub’s goal is to connect nonprofits to other nonprofits with the purpose of creating an economy of giving
Hackathons generally begin with a presentations about the event or a specific topic. Participants suggest ideas and form teams, based on individual interests and skill sets.
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Miro is an online whiteboard software that can be used for brainstorming sessions, product development, user-experience research and design. Our team found this online mapping tool easier to implement than a typical whiteboard at the office.
This was my 8th Seattle Give Camp hackathon, the first virtual Seattle Give Camp. This years event was half the size in volunteers and non-profit organizations in the Seattle area.
Thousands of people across the country will implement their hacking skills for good, and volunteer to complete a number of challenges that invoke creativity, technology, and innovation to strengthen their communities.
One of my projects is serving on the Board of Directors for Seattle Give Camp starting this year.
Originally, The Women in Cyber Security Conference was planned to be in Denver, Colorado, in March 2020. Due to the pandemic, it was transformed into a virtual platform, April 15 through April 17, 2020, not an easy endeavor. The community from members to sponsors worked together to assemble this three day conference with the attitude,Continue reading “First Virtual Conference Experience”
SeaGL is Seattle’s free open source conference; this was the seventh year for the event hosted at Seattle Central Community College. This is a great venue to expand your IT knowledge on free open source tools
A whirlwind of activity of ten teams creating websites and applications for local non-profit organizations. This is Seattle Give Camp’s annual three day hackathon at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington.