Zach Williams2012 Fellow

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Macon It Happen

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After attending both PyCon and OSCON, and manning the Code for America expo booth at both events, it’s become pretty clear that technical people are kind of shocked that Macon is a Code for America city. “Macon… Georgia?” is a …

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Opening Our Skillshares

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Part of being a Code for America fellow is sharing the skills you’ve learned with others, which is why I’m excited to announce our skillshares project on Github. Every internal Code for America skillshare from here on out will have …

Three

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Last summer, I created the Python Open311 API wrapper for Code for America (I was a Google Summer of Code intern then, I’m a fellow now), and now want to introduce its successor, Three: http://github.com/codeforamerica/three If you’ve ever worked with …

We’re going to PyCon!

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PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the community using the Python programming language. The conference has been growing in size tremendously over the past couple years (this year will feature more than 90 talks and 30 tutorials). Today, Code …

Zach’s CfA Summer:
“Made With [EPA] Data”

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When Code for America selected me as a Google Summer of Code Intern for the Government Gems and Eggs project this summer, I knew the next few months were going to be awesome. For the first time ever, I was able to meet and …