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This time is a meetup with drinking beers.
There are many styles of pubs near Takadanobaba station like bars, Izakaya and Yakitori etc. It is a happy place for Oyaji (Japanese middle ages).
Now is the high season for a year-end party, but we have reserved the good place named Chiba-chan. Chiba-chan is famous for the enormous amount of food.
Let's enjoy talking about Code for Japan and Civic tech at Chiba-chan.!!
Come join us for our weekly civic hack Meetup called "Idobata-Kaigi" hosted by Code for Japan. Idobata-Kaigi means water-cooler talk in Japanese. Everyone is welcome: coders, designers, marketers, writers, etc. (non-coders very welcome!) Of course Brigade members and others interested in civic hacking welcome. Feel free to invite friends.
This is an evening of civic tech hacking, learning, and hanging.You're welcome to contribute to an existing project or come to share your idea, maybe start a new collaboration. We also explore new projects as they pop up - please bring a laptop/tablet device and hack along with us!
If you are a new member, some of senior members will help you get started.
This meetup is held every Thursday evening.
And you can join this meetup also with online, please connect via
appear.in. (See details below)
Launched in Fall 2013, Code for Japan is a national nonprofit organization working to build open source technology and organize a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use.
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