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Jun 3, 2011 11:26am

code for oakland

Code For Oakland is a thing I am involved in, tomorrow. It’s a one-day bar camp on using local data to build apps for Oakland at Kaiser Center, and you’re invited.

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  1. I was disappointed I couldn't go — how was it?

    Posted by Chris Blow on Wednesday, June 8 2011 2:42pm EDT

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