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In late 2017, Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria. In the wake of the disaster, these coders used their skills for good. Put your coding skills to use for good — answer the Call for Code today:

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Following the destruction of Hurricane Maria, coders in Puerto Rico put their skills to good use – developing new and innovative ways to create tangible change. Developers have revolutionized the way people live and interact with virtually everyone and everything. Where most people see challenges, developers see possibilities. That’s why David Clark Cause is launching Call for Code alongside Founding Partner IBM. This multi-year global initiative is a rallying cry to developers to use their skills and mastery of the latest technologies, and to create new ones, to drive positive and long-lasting change across the world with their code. The inaugural Call for Code Challenge theme is Natural Disaster Preparedness and Relief.

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