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Carter Rabasa (right) at Sports Hack Day.
Carter Rabasa (right) at Sports Hack Day.

Part of Carter Rabasa’s job at Twilio is to support the developer community here in Seattle, and he’s already done that by helping put together cool events like CascadiaJS and Sports Hack Day.

Now comes another dev-minded resource: SeattleHacks.com.

Rabasa knew that there were already great resources around town for startups, but not much for developers specifically. So he created SeattleHacks, a website that allows developers to post developer-related content like upcoming meetup and hackathon information.

“The site is entirely community-driven,” Rabasa said.

Anyone can post content, but here’s the catch: You must know how to fork a Github repo and submit a pull request to contribute content — essentially developers only — and requests are reviewed by a core group of collaborators.

Check out SeattleHacks here.

Previously on GeekWire: Sports Hack Day Diary: Lessons from a journalist jumping into a hackathon

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