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‘Code For Japan’ in the Works

Among others, Haruyuki Seki, a software developer at Georepublic Japan[ja] and social media consultant Hiroyasu Ichikawa are currently working toward the launch of Code For Japan [ja], an organization that aims to improve the society through technology. Members got together on June 20, 2013 and discussed prospects [ja] of collaboration among civil society and coders.

Gathering was held on June 22 2013 to prepare for Code For Japan

A gathering was held on June 20, 2013 to prepare for Code For Japan. Photo by @mshouji

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