[ddj] Noah Veltman's Learning Lunches on School of Data
neil.ashton at okfn.org
Tue Nov 12 19:33:13 UTC 2013
Noah Veltman's Learning Lunches, a series of tutorials demystifying
technical topics that come up often in the modern newsroom, are now being
published on the School of Data blog.
Originally written for the editorial and design staff at the BBC as part of
his OpenNews fellowship, Noah's Lunches can make possible a more productive
conversation between journalists, designers, and programmers.
So far the blog has featured "SQL: The Prequel (Excel vs. Databases)" and
"So you want to make a map...":
A new Lunch will come out every Monday and Thursday, so check back in two
days for the next one!
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