A massive storm floods Manhattan - and people need to find shelter quickly.
Drought hits the Horn of Africa - and smart delivery of food supplies saves lives.
An earthquake rocks Mumbai - and first responders need to know where to go minute-by-minute.
Responding to disasters like these means boots on the ground — but you can help responders do more with less when we see them as coding challenges. Do you want to use your technical skills to do some good? Together a few sharp minds can save lives and make a real difference.
That's the mission of the Humanitarian Toolbox – an organization looking for Developers and IT Professionals who can volunteer their time and efforts in building the next generation of life-saving tools. Join James Sturtevant and Bill Wagner for this DevRadio episode and learn how you can get involved.
- [0:56] What is is the Humanitarian Toolbox?
- [7:14] How can someone get involved in the project?
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