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Saturday, April 18 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
What Should Journalists Know About Coding? - CANCELED

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CANCELED - "CURING YOUR NEWS HANGOVER" REPLACES THIS. As journalism migrates to online platforms and becomes more data-driven, what skills do journalists need to keep up? Do you need to become a code monkey or just have a basic understanding of html? Learn what skills you need to stay relevant in this quickly evolving world from two of the top leaders bringing the San Francisco Chronicle into the digital future.

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Michael Grant

Web Designer, SF Chronicle
Michael Grant is a San Francisco Chronicle web designer and site producer who is helping lead the newsroom’s thrust into the digital future. Before coming to The Chronicle Grant worked at the Asbury Park Press Design Studio where he was honored with a 2012 Best of Gannett Award for “exceptional design work” on a sports section. | Working with budding Journalists is also dear to Grant. He has served as a mentor for NABJ’s student project... Read More →
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Frank Mina

Deputy Managing Editor, SF Chronicle
Designer, dad, deputy managing editor at San Francisco Chronicle and regional director for the Society for News Design. Follow him on Twitter: @fmina.


Saturday April 18, 2015 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Hotel Whitcomb (Fisherman's Wharf)

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