View Source

Here is the description about various Episodes in View Source.

Andy Boyle, who is a web developer of newsroom explains how code was cobbled together by him to create a application of people locator in the wake of the Tuscaloosa tornados which was occurred in 2011.

David Cohn who has helped several weeks ago to coordinate an occasion named TechRaking. A lot of dialogues called for the belief that journalists are distinct because journalists do not have a culture of neglecting freely to enhance that day. This podcast is dedicated to that purpose and perform those things, speaking regarding the failure of digital journalism. Successes will also be discussed, however there isn’t any amazing job that does not have a boatload of neglect in the day’s aftermath.

At the Chicago Tribune, the designer of news application is none other than Heather Billings. He speaks considering replumbing WordPress to function the need for self learning as well as more like Django.

Custom e-mail feeds as well as the newsletters can be created by The Spokesman Review. It might be sounded not very well, but there are enormous consequences for reader-managed news.

Ben Welsh of the la Times takes you throughout the data gathering, evaluation and generation procedure to produce the “How quick is LAFD where you live?” map.

The Los Angeles Times’ Ben Welsh will drive you through the collection of data, production and analysis process to create the map of “How fast is LAFD where you live?”.

Homicide Watch’s Chris Amico will take you throughout the Your Warming World Project creation for NewScientist.

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