[ddj] Rubyjournos group forming
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Mon Nov 25 08:53:16 UTC 2013
Great! Me too. Thanks for organizing.
El 21/11/2013, a las 14:46, "Mulvihill, Maggie" <mmulvih at bu.edu> escribió:
> Patrick I’m in – thanks a lot for organizing!
> Clinical Professor of Journalism
> Boston University College of Communication
> Faculty Fellow, Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering
> mmulvih at bu.edu
> twitter: @maggiemulvihill
> Co-Founder/New England Center for Investigative Reporting
> From: data-driven-journalism [mailto:data-driven-journalism-bounces at lists.okfn.org] On Behalf Of Patrick Maynard
> Sent: Friday, November 15, 2013 7:49 AM
> To: List about Data Driven Journalism and Open Data in Journalism.
> Subject: [ddj] Rubyjournos group forming
> A bunch of us are kicking off an online group-learning experience for reporters interested in the basics of Ruby. The group includes freelancers alongside journalists from The Baltimore Sun, Computer World and The Associated Press, among others. It's really a nice mix so far. Heavy inspirational credit goes to Chris Schnaars' PythonJournos sessions a year or two ago.
> Membership is free, and we're looking to use instructional material that's short, accessible and cheap. With only a half-dozen chapters, Jump Start Rails is a leading contender at the moment. Please join us by signing up here:
> We'll probably be starting the first section by December 2, with roughly a section per week from there until mid-January. I hope this is of interest to some folks on here.
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