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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5:30 p.m.

Don’t miss out! The San Diego Union-Tribune just issued our call to action: “Public invited to all-night hackathon to solve San Diego’s commuting nightmare.” It’s all about our Design for San Diego (D4SD) challenges that kickoff this Friday at 5:30 p.m. at Downtown Works.

Join us for this incredible opportunity to collaborate and compete with other innovators to help solve the most pressing transportation-related issues facing San Diego. As a participant in the design sprint and hackathon, you will get:

  • Free food, free beer (that should be enough right there!)
  • An opportunity to win thousands in cash and other prizes
  • An awesome D4SD t-shirt for finishing a prototype by Saturday evening

Our judges for the design sprint and hackathon come from the worlds of technology, government, entrepreneurship and education. Join us today! For more information on our challenges, go to D4SD.org.

Sign up for the D4SD Discussion Forum here
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