Code the Change hosts weekly meetings, Code Jams, speakers, and teaches a class. But projects are the core of what we do. We believe that nothing inspires service and change like sustained, meaningful work. We keep our current projects on our Projects Website. Organizations seeking help are encouraged to post, and students looking to get involved can apply to projects.
In 2014, we worked with Dr. Paul Wise to develop an Android application for tracking child malnutrition in Guatemala.
Here are some of the projects that emerged from Code Jams we have supported or hosted:
- Projects for the Fall 2013 Americas Datafest are here.
- Projects for the 2013 Dance Marathon Code Jam are here.
- Projects for the May, 2012 Code Jam are here.
- Projects for the February, 2012 Code Jam are here. Also, check out a writeup by the Stanford Daily, another that discusses both Dance Marathon and the DM Code Jam, and the City of Palo Alto's newsletter discussing their experience at the Code Jam.
- Projects for the January, 2012 Code Jam are here.
- Projects for the November 2011 hackathon are here.
- The organizations from the October 2011 hackathon are here.
- The 2011 Egypt hackathon is here or here, here, and here.
- A writeup of the 2011 Code for America Hackathon is here or here.
- Projects from the 2011 Dance Marathon Hackathon are here.
- Projects from the 2010 Dance Marathon Hackathon are here.
- Projects from the 2009 Dance Marathon Hackathon are here.