Here are five ways to get started!

(1) Register Here @ Code for Durham

To join our tribe, sign up for a project, make edits to projects, and sound your battle cry!

You will also be added to our mailing list for bi-weekly updates, and occasional save the dates and special announcements.

(2) Come to a Meetup

Meet up with project leads, or come to get oriented to our different active projects and our local partners' wishlist, and then either guide you on a project you want to take on, or give you tasks!

(3) Suggest New Project Ideas or Browse Existing Hack Challenges

Browse the entire Code for America network of projects for something to redeploy. Also, below is a working document of ideas for future projects OPEN to all members of the Durham Community.

You can post your own Challenge to help get feedback or recruit a team, or if you just have a problem or good idea you’d like to see worked on, simply make a comment and we'll consider adding it.

(4) Join a Project

Our more mature projects use a project task tracker called a "waffle board" like this one. You'll need a github account to edit.

Create a Project or Find an Existing Project to get involved with in our projects directory.

(5) Code for Durham Right Now!

These are open tasks on GitHub. Plug in remotely!