Code for America is a technology non-profit building open source web apps for City Hall and neighborhood groups.
I adopted, adapted, and wrote new open source software for community leaders in Macon, Honolulu, Santa Cruz, and Chicago.
I was a First Place Winner in the 2012 Civic Data Challenge, and was awarded Key to the City of Macon, Georgia.
Web Mapping: Google Maps API, MapBox + TileMill, OpenLayers, Leaflet, Ushahidi
SQL-based Databases: MySQL, CartoDB
NoSQL Databases: CouchDB, MongoDB, Neo4j
I traveled to schools in Uganda, Uruguay, and Haiti in 2010-2011 to develop and teach new educational activities.
Working in the field and remotely with other deployments, I wrote mapping, science, and language programs which run on One Laptop per Child's Linux laptops.
In Uruguay and Haiti, I met with local technologists and used a GPS to improve OpenStreetMap.
In late 2012 / early 2013 I helped start OLPC's teacher training program in the Marshall Islands.
I presented my work at the Esri UC in 2011 and 2012.