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Philadelphia's Brigade. We use tech, data, and design as a means for civic engagement.
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Philly Data Jawn 6h
ICYMI, last week we talked with Sam May and Kelsey Kieth about their participation in the Hackathon.
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Code for Philly Apr 8
We're just happy to hold 's purse
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Code for Philly Apr 8
Replying to @CodeForPhilly
If you are an introverted billionaire with a big heart reading this from your tastefully decorated Montana ranch or represent a Philly tech company that wants to help out -
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Code for Philly Apr 8
Our sincere thanks to for not only sending talented developers to work on Code for Philly projects but also for quietly donating a year's worth of pizza! We are so proud to be a part of the Philly tech community.
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Chris Alfano Apr 8
When needed help keeping their vital CHIME model online and managing contributors, and were ready! We The People need computing capacity too, help Philly's civic tech community stay ready to help:
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Code for Philly Apr 8
Us: Wow, so many new data hackathon friends! : hold my CHIME app
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Code for Philly Apr 6
Join us for a virtual workshop April 7 at 6:00pm with free and ! Learn how Code for Philly projects can deploy a user-friendly CMS to Code for Philly's civic cloud hosting.
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Code for Philly Apr 2
If you are working in a health care system and using CHIME, we would love your input on setting the tool's default parameters. Email: hello@codeforphilly.org
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Philly Data Jawn Mar 28
CHIME app is an fantastic example of the power of . Listen to how helped take the app from from 300 lines of code to an tool.
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Michael Becker Mar 30
We released a new version of CHIME today! We've added back-casting and better SIR model fitting
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ApostropheCMS Mar 31
In partnership with , join us for a special virtual workshop, April 7. ApostropheCMS at work! Free and for everyone.
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Code for Philly Mar 27
We're working to move Penn's CHIME app over to and are looking for some Dash experts! Any help you can send our way ?
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Andrew Mar 19
LRT: I'm practically a Linode retweet machine at this point, but I am incredibly proud of how stable LKE has been for this project and how quickly was able to set up an impressive monitoring stack for this application
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Michael Chow Mar 22
Any or spreadsheets users interested in helping make a simple report on daily bail cases? DM me or join this slack channel:
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MooseQuest Mar 27
As we move into the weekend I want to highlight all the hard work from and that have contributed to the App to battle which is helping hospital systems worldwide plan and ultimately save lives. Their work is amazing, and I so glad to be helping
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Marieke Jackson Mar 26
We want YOU to civic hack
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Michael Becker Mar 27
Catch up on my conversation today with of DataCamp about the work we're doing at with to stay ahead of the COVID-19 curve!
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Linode Mar 19
We donated servers managed by Linode Kubernetes Engine to support 's digital tool helping hospitals with COVID-19 capacity planning. Shout out to 's team for developing the tool and for helping deploy it:
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Michael Becker Mar 21
Hey everyone! CHIME now has user docs! Questions about how to most effectively use CHIME? Find out here: cc:
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Joseph J. Master Mar 17
University of Pennsylvania Hospital and are working on a model for predicting hospital capacity/overload with the coronavirus:
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