Max Ogden2011 Fellow

Max Ogden develops client applications, developer tools, and APIs, currently living in Portland, OR, and working as a developer at a market research company. In his spare time, he develops open source civic applications, including a hosted data service for geographic information about Portland, OR, called PDX API. In a 2010 apps competition hosted by the City of Portland, his work on PDX API was awarded, “Best use of public data.”

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Code-a-thon Saturday: Help Make Boston Better

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This weekend we’re bringing together a group of Boston-area residents interested in bridging the gap between community and technology. Tons of opportunities for technology innovation are identified by various groups working for the City of Boston (or by community organizations), …

Mobile Crowdsourcing

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Some experiments in collecting images + location from mobile devices Over the last couple of years I’ve been fascinated with technology that collects and aggregates mappable information. Specifically I have been searching for or creating tools that have these properties: …

Partnering with EMC to Bring Data Scientists into the Fellowship

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Earlier this month, our own Jen Pahlka had the honor of delivering the closing keynote at the EMC Data Scientist Summit in Las Vegas. The day-long event was a mix of speakers and panels with topics ranging from machine learning …

Ignite on CfA, Technology, and Education in Boston

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This week, the Boston team had diflucan reviews for yeast infections. #Diflucan reviews. diflucan reviews for oral thrush. the opportunity to participate in the Ignite Boston to talk about our work with CfA and how we’re hoping to use technology …

Max Ogden: Why Iai??i??m Coding for America

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Since I’m a nerd, work tends to take up most of my day. Based on that, Ai??I want to make sure that what I work on is something that I truly think is making a positive impact. While I appreciate …