Saturday, January 15, 2011
The first ever National GiveCamp, sponsored by Microsoft takes place this weekend in 14 locations coast-to-coast More than 1,000 volunteer developers, designers and IT Professionals, will code for charity delivering custom software, new applications and web sites for over 120 charities. Without the donated efforts from the National GiveCamp event, these charities, which would typically not be able to afford their wish list projects, will be able to better reach the communities that they serve."
The 14 U.S locations are: Austin, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Birmingham, Alabama; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Houston, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; Dallas, Pennsylvania; Fayetteville, Arkansas; New York City, New York; Malvern, Pennsylvania; Redmond, Washington; and Clayton, Missour
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