I wanted to know what other Hacker Schoolers were working on, what their experience was pre- and post-hacker school and also what languages they were using. I created the Hacker School Project Visualization to answer these questions. To make it simple for everyone to download, test and fork, all the code is client-side. After requesting a lot of information from github, everything is cached in sessionStorage so browsing is very fast. D3 was used for the visualization.
This is live at http://hs.bn.ee - however the code is all client-side so you can just download and view it yourself.
Brendan Nee firstname.lastname@example.org
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