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  1. Digital security for organizations
  2. Direct action
  3. Disaster tech support for NGOs
  4. Discord Leaks and how to research and use information against fascism
  5. Disinformation and what to do about it
  6. Distraction: How does it work and how we can stay focused
  7. Distributed Version Control with Git
  8. Distributing and decentralizing data
  9. Diversity and inclusion in hiring
  10. Diversity in system administration
  11. Diversity in technology & white privilege
  12. Don't Get (Your Data) Caught!
  13. Doxxing and how to protech against it
  14. Drupal 101
  15. Drupal Best Practices for Small Organizations and Small Budgets
  16. Drupal Introduction
  17. Drupal Sewing Circle
  18. Drupal for Joomlanauts and Joomla for Drupalistos
  19. Drupal support group
  20. Dweb - decentralized social media / web - how people are building decentralized protocols
  21. Education and pedagogy
  22. Effective Localism
  23. Effective Social Media Engagement
  24. Effective project management practices
  25. Electronic Frontier Foundation: Annual update
  26. Email Best Practices For Activists
  27. Email Templating: Disaster of the Century
  28. Email Templating: Disaster of the Century 2009
  29. Encrypting your Communication
  30. Engineering meets social science
  31. Envisioning the Perfect eAdvocacy Platform
  32. Ergonomics
  33. Ethical Consulting
  34. Ethical Consulting for Nonprofit Tech
  35. Ethical consulting and freelancing
  36. Ethically hiring and working with contractors
  37. Evaluating security risks when working with high-risk constituents
  38. Evaluting Tech Projects
  39. Event Agenda Guidelines
  40. Evolving approaches to organizational digital security as part of larger movements for community safety
  41. Extending CiviCRM (without hacking core)
  42. Extreme WordPress Customization
  43. FLOSS Manuals Tools
  44. Facilitating Translation - The Translator's Point of View
  45. Facilitating data analysis
  46. Facilitating leadership development as a group learning process
  47. Facilitation techniques
  48. Facilitative Leadership
  49. Fairness and biases in predictive algorithms
  50. Feature-driven vs value-driven development: Why funders and RFPs are sucking the value out of your project
  51. Financial market awareness in creating tools social change
  52. Finding Volunteers and Organizing Volunteer-Run Projects
  53. Finding and hiring developers
  54. Fire Your Clients - How to train clients in to playing nice, or get rid of them
  55. Founder's Syndrome: If you love it, set it free
  56. Founders Syndrome Smorgasboard
  57. Free and Open Source Story Circle
  58. Freelancers21016
  59. Fruitful Partnerships with Corporate Technology Partners
  60. GIT Introduction
  61. Games, Propaganda and you!
  62. Gender-based violence: the tolls of raising awareness in Mexican online spaces during 2020
  63. Gender & Tech
  64. Geo hacking
  65. Get off Google Docs, get on Open
  66. Getting Started
  67. Getting Things Done in Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress: share, compare, and contrast
  68. Getting tech & non-tech people to hang out
  69. Gig economy through a justice-based lens
  70. Git
  71. Git for Content
  72. Global Information Internship Program
  73. Governance models for distributed infrastructures
  74. Governing Shared Resources
  75. GrantWriting2016
  76. Growing and Shrinking your Tech Co-op/Development shop
  77. Growing your online community: successes and snags from WiserEarth
  78. Happy, Healthy Brains
  79. Harnessing Community Input to Inform Software Design
  80. Healthy and sustainable organizations
  81. Help build a CiviCRM Ecosystem
  82. Helping Non-Techies and Techies Collaborate to Make Great Software
  83. Hiring, managing, firing engineers
  84. Hiring diverse and inclusive staff
  85. Hosting Gatherings for Big Event
  86. How Do We Know If We're Any Good? - Metrics
  87. How I spent my summer working on TechFinder
  88. How Tech Can Help, or Hinder, Organizational Coalitions
  89. How To Be Part Of Disaster Response Without Being Sucked In
  90. How To Build Successful Communities of Practice
  91. How To Develop Websites With User Privacy
  92. How We Can Hack User-Centered Design to Serve Nonprofits
  93. How We Designed and Built Fluxx
  94. How We Govern Ourselves
  95. How can IBM better meet non-profit technology needs?
  96. How can we co-promote projects and agendas?
  97. How can we tell if we're making progress?
  98. How can we work better together?
  99. How to Be an Activist Tech Capacity Builder
  100. How to Be an Ally 101
  101. How to Make People Safe Online
  102. How to Run a Book Sprint
  103. How to Tor
  104. How to Use Data Informed Campaigns
  105. How to Write Low-Cost Mobile Apps and Mobile Tools
  106. How to become a software developer
  107. How to build a VR educational tool
  108. How to build advocacy and policy for net neutrality
  109. How to build and maintain a community land trust
  110. How to build inclusion into organizations, projects, products
  111. How to consult ethically to nonprofits
  112. How to create network-centric participatory resources
  113. How to deal with burnout
  114. How to design an effective Call To Action
  115. How to design workshops that enable learning
  116. How to develop, facilitate and follow up on strategic team meetings
  117. How to develop commons oriented governance
  118. How to do inclusive and accessible tech
  119. How to do restorative justice in online communities?
  120. How to get colleagues to function at all during lockdown
  121. How to hold companies accountable with our community research work
  122. How to make sure your work suits you
  123. How to measure the impact of your organisation
  124. How to prepare for a website development project from the org side
  125. How to prepare for what you're not prepared for
  126. How to set up the governance structure of a new open source project
  127. How to successfully recover from large-scale doxxing or trolling
  128. How to sustain your activism
  129. How to talk about activism and security in a non scary way
  130. How to think about Internet architecture from a human rights perspective
  131. How to use corporate tech infrastructure in a safer and more secure way
  132. How to use licenses
  133. Human Rights Security and Privacy
  134. Humanitarian Open Street Map
  135. I am angry, sick and tired: Reclaim space as marginalized folks
  136. Impact of open data
  137. Implementing Open Government Data in New York State
  138. Implementing a Free Web Testing Service
  139. Implementing a Statewide Capacity Building Program
  140. Indaba fieldwork platform: demo, design concepts and lessons learned
  141. Indigenous opinions on the state of tech: How we can leverage skills and organize within and outside of traditional tech culture
  142. Influence
  143. Information Architecture
  144. Information Visualization
  145. Information architecture: How to structure, store, connect data
  146. Infrastructure for the Commons
  147. Innovation
  148. Integrating Online Maps with Drupal Web Sites
  149. Integrating Open Translation into Your Platform and Tool Development
  150. Interactive Participant Plenary
  151. Intermediate to Advanced Wordpress
  152. Internet access: Where it's missing, local solutions
  153. Intersection between organizational goals and actions against Trump
  154. Intro. to Go Programming Language
  155. Intro to Command Line
  156. Intro to Drupal
  157. Intro to Joomla!
  158. Intro to Plone
  159. Introducing EtherSheet
  160. Introducing MoveSmart.org
  161. Introducing Oakland Local
  162. Introducing Project Fluxx
  163. Introducing the 2012 NOSI Primer
  164. Introduction to Command Line
  165. Introduction to Nonprofit CRM
  166. Introduction to Nonprofit Software
  167. Introduction to Programming in Ruby on Rails
  168. Introduction to Tech Coops
  169. Introduction to TileMill
  170. Introduction to Web Analytics
  171. Introduction to WordPress
  172. Introduction to WordPress 2015
  173. Istanbul 10: Storytelling
  174. Java Script Framework
  175. Javascript Best Practices
  176. Job Board
  177. Joomla! from a Web Designer's Perspective
  178. Law enforcement and social media
  179. Leadership to enable collaboration and take down hierarchy
  180. Learning from Failure
  181. Learnings and best practices for working with youth during a global pandemic
  182. Learnings from Summers of Code
  183. Lessons from MapLight's Web Site Redesign
  184. Let's encrypt: Learn about what new tech projects EFF is working on
  185. Leveraging our collective 'sense of crisis' to avoid going back to business-as usual
  186. Lifecycles of websites
  187. Local Legislation Tracking
  188. Localization
  189. Looking at brewery data
  190. Low hierarchy project management
  191. MAPLight.org site redesign: how we did it, what we learned
  192. Make Volunteer Management More Efficient
  193. Making Agile Development Methods Work in Nonprofit Contexts
  194. Management IS Measurement
  195. Managing "Techies" and Developers
  196. Managing 50 CiviCRM installations using aegir
  197. Managing Developer Consultants
  198. Managing Hackathon Expectations
  199. Managing Nonprofit Data in a Hosted Application World
  200. Managing Nonprofit Software Developers
  201. Managing Online Communications through Workflow Analysis
  202. Managing Quality Through the Entire Development Life Cycle
  203. Managing Support, training and feature requests from civilians - Sharing lessons from the front lines
  204. Managing Tech Volunteers
  205. Managing Web Development Projects
  206. Managing a Major Open Source Release
  207. Managing and Leveraging Political Data
  208. Managing multiple websites
  209. Maplight technology, data, webtools
  210. Mapping Mashups
  211. Mapping out NGO Workflows
  212. Mapping threats over next four years
  213. Maps for storytelling: Best practices
  214. Measuring real-time impact in your work
  215. Medicinal plants and remedies
  216. Member-Sourcing Your Online Campaigns
  217. Mental health and trauma
  218. Mentoring and integrating newer tech people on teams (and benefiting from fresh energy)
  219. Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Non Profits
  220. Mission Driven Software
  221. Mobile Security for Activists
  222. Mobile and Internet of Things (IOT) security
  223. Mobile and open source
  224. Modern cryptography against capitalism
  225. Money Matters: How do we measure the value of great software?
  226. More about Sandy Response, and also cool presentation tools
  227. Motivating and Rewarding Knowledge Sharing
  228. Movement Technology network
  229. Movement hosting infrastructure
  230. Movement hosting infrastructure: Applications layer
  231. Movement infrastructure network: What we do and how to be part of it
  232. Moving From Diversity to Inclusion
  233. Moving an organization to a place where we can talk meaningfully about our mission and values
  234. Moving into Technical Leadership Roles
  235. Multi-Organization Collaboration relying on Free & Open Source applications
  236. NPO SysAdmin Sewing Circle
  237. NPTECH and Diversity
  238. NPTech things I learend from Sex Workers
  239. Neat New Stuff in Drupal
  240. Needs assessment for grassroots organizations
  241. NetSquared and Social Media
  242. New Tools in CiviCRM: SearchKit and FormBuilder
  243. New and Emerging Web Tech
  244. Next -- Really, that’s Next? – Communicating Workflow
  245. Node.js
  246. Node.js - the asscendancy of javascript
  247. Non toxic relationships between developers and managers
  248. Nonprofit Tech Capacity Building
  249. Nonprofit Tech Provider Principles
  250. Notes from Introduction

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