Coding for Social Impact | Team
Empowering social innovators with minimal tech
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Technology & Founder

Ademar Aguiar

Ademar Aguiar is a pragmatic software engineer passionate about exploring and applying innovative software solutions to different audiences and fields, especially those where the social impact of tech might be very high.

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Makerspace

Nuno Santos

Nuno Santos is a software engineer and researcher driven by high-tech solutions with impact. Coding for Kids is his most important interest area.

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Design

Tiago Assis

Tiago Assis does research on technology at the level of power, culture, identity, and language. This research originated in experiences in digital excluded communities under the Identidades — Movimento Intercultural (Identities - Intercultural Movement) in Mozambique, Cape Verde, Brazil, and Portugal, and increasingly focuses on the context of arts education.

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Innovation & Partnerships

Inês Silva

Inês Silva works in the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and social good. In the last few years, she has been working with startups, non-profits and big companies helping them to become more entrepreneurial and innovative.

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Technology

Hugo Sereno

Hugo Sereno is an full-stack technologist: specialized in software, but passionate for electronics, physical computing and machine learning. He never misses an opportunity to be on the cutting edge.

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Volunteer

Are you a designer?

Do you want to help our social entrepreneurs with your mad designing skills?
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Volunteer

Are you a software developer?

Do you want to help our social entrepreneurs with code?
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Volunteer

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