On the first weekend in June, civic activists, technology experts, and entrepreneurs around the country will gather together for the National Day of Civic Hacking. By combining their expertise with new technologies and publicly released data, participants hope to build tools that help others in their own neighborhoods and across the United States.
It's a great cause and we're excited to take part. On June 1, we'll welcome developers and tech experts to the White House for our second hackathon.
If you have the skills necessary to work with APIs and develop visualizations, tools, or other services that rely their data, we want to hear from you.