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At ActBlue, we build and power the premier online fundraising platform for Democratic campaigns, progressive organizations, and charities working to create a better future. We put power in the hands of small-dollar donors and make giving online as easy as possible. And we work with thousands of groups -- from presidential candidates to environmental organizations to local school board members.
Dev Bootcamp pioneered the coding bootcamp model in San Francisco, back in 2012. Now, we have campuses in Chicago, New York City, San Diego, Austin, Seattle, and DC. Each campus offers a 19-week immersive web development program intended for beginners and dabblers who are looking to start their programming careers. For more information, visit www.devbootcamp.com.
OpenNews is a joint project of Mozilla and the Knight Foundation dedicated to helping journalism thrive on the open web. We are building an ecosystem of tools and programs to strengthen and support the community of developers and data journalists in newsrooms.
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DigitalOcean is the world’s fastest growing cloud hosting provider built for developers. Our mission is simple: we’re passionate about making complex infrastructure simple and delighting our customers with a seamless experience that brings them joy. New users can easily deploy a blazing fast cloud server in 55 seconds with an intuitive control panel interface, which can be replicated on a larger scale with the company’s straightforward API.
The Empathetic Technical Leader is a project of Maitria as part of our mission to bring more geek joy to technical work.
No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment — distinctive books on computing, such as bestsellers Steal This Computer Book, Hacking: The Art of Exploitation, Practical Packet Analysis, and The Manga Guides. We focus on open source/Linux, security, hacking, programming, alternative operating systems, and science and math.
O’Reilly Media is an internationally recognized, multi-faceted media company that has played a seminal role in the Internet revolution. Through its books, events, online training courses, webcasts, and evangelism, O’Reilly has educated a generation of technologists and entrepreneurs and shaped the dialogue about the future direction of the industry. The company has played an enormous role in the evolution and adoption of the World Wide Web, open source software, big data, and the Maker movement.
Office Nomads is a coworking community in Capitol Hill, Seattle. We are dedicated to cultivating a dynamic, creative and collaborative environment for Seattle’s nomadic workforce. We believe that by working together we can accomplish more than we could alone.
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The Recompiler is a feminist hacker magazine, launched in 2015. Our goal is to help people learn about technology in a fun, playful way, and highlight a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences. We’re especially interested in infrastructure: the technical and social systems we depend on. We want to share what it’s like to learn and work with technology, and teach each other to build better systems and tools.