Source: Journalism Code, Community & Context
The code emerging from newsrooms drives innovation across the web, and the community writing it is talented, dedicated, and growing fast. Our community hub, Source spotlights that community and dives deep into the code it’s making.
The Context Behind the Code
No code is written in a vacuum, and that’s especially true in journalism, where the news of the day influences the lines of code written to research, report, and interpret it. Our pieces connect the code with its context, using the journalistic approach of “Who, What, Why, When, and How” to exploring the motivations, ideas, and innovations behind the lines of code.
We’ve built the shape of the community into the very source code of Source itself, collecting data around people and organizations with every article we write and every line of code we index. You can learn more about the creators of journalism’s vital codebases right alongside the code they’ve written.
News organizations are hungry for skilled developers and data wranglers who want to do journalism development, data-wrangling, and visualization work full time—and many of the positions are open even to those with no prior newsroom experience. Find a journalism code job at Source Jobs.
Source Needs You
Launching a new project and want to document it? Got something we should do a Q&A about? Working on an ambitious project and looking for collaborators? We need your work on Source. So please, share your work.
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