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The New York Times

The New York Times Company is a global media organization dedicated to enhancing society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information. It is known globally for excellence in its journalism, and innovation in its print and digital storytelling and its business model.

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Jeremy Ashkenas, Michael Behr, Matthew Bloch, Scott Blumenthal, Hamilton Boardman, Kim Bost, Mike Bostock, Jeremy Bowers, John Branch, Evan Carmi, Shan Carter, Jonathan Corum, Ahn Dang, Alastair Dant, Leslye Davis, Matthew DeLambo, Mike Dewar, Steve Duenes, Tyson Evans, Hannah Fairfield, Kathryn Faulkner, Tiff Fehr, Ruth Fremson, Jane Friedhoff, Ian Gardner, Robert Gebeloff, Mary Ann Giordano, Tom Giratikanon, Emily Goligoski, Xaquín González Veira, Erin Grau, Evan Grothjan, Brian Hamman, Nik Hanselmann, Jacob Harris, Jon Huang, Taige Jensen, Andrei Kallaur, Wayne Kamidoi, Josh Katz, Eitan Konigsburg, Ben Koski, Andrew Kueneman, Alexis Lloyd, Louise Ma, Jacqui Maher, Sam Manchester, Colleen McEnaney, Alan McLean, Renda Morton, Jacky Myint, Joanna Nikas, Haeyoun Park, Alicia Parlapiano, Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Nicole Perlroth, Andrew Phelps, Aron Pilhofer, Daniel Pritchett, Graham Roberts, Jim Schachter, Scott Shane, Martin Shelton, Rachel Shorey, Ben Solomon, Alex Spangher, Catherine Spangler, Michael Strickland, Albert Sun, Cindy Taibi, Allen Tan, Rumsey Taylor, Scott Taylor, Joe Ward, Derek Watkins, Jeremy White, Josh Williams, Derek Willis, Zach Wise, Chrys Wu

Code

  1. Bedfellows
  2. broca
  3. Campaign Cash
  4. Emphasis
  5. Fech
  6. Ifill
  7. leo-senate-model
  8. Library
  9. PourOver
  10. statement
  11. streamtools
  12. Tamper

Projects

  1. Hacking Our Hiring: Let’s Talk About Screening
  2. Hacking Our Hiring: Are Cover Letters Really Necessary?
  3. Hacking Our Hiring: Why You Need to Plan Better
  4. Why a Kickoff Kit Makes Starting New Projects Easier
  5. Q&A with Emily Goligoski
  6. Competition Be Damned
  7. Source Project Roundup, Sept 2
  8. Source Project Roundup, Aug 5
  9. Digital Self-Defense for Journalists: An Introduction
  10. When Bots Get Together: Part 2
  11. Source Project Roundup, Mar 24
  12. Source Project Roundup, Feb 11
  13. Source Project Roundup, Jan 26
  14. How We Made Vigils in Paris, a VR Story
  15. Introducing Elex, a Tool to Make Election Coverage Better for Everyone
  16. Better Analytics for Newsrooms with GADash
  17. News Nerd Roundup, Nov 9
  18. Membrane: An Experiment in Permeable Publishing
  19. News Nerd Roundup, Sept 28
  20. News Nerd Roundup, July 31, 2015
  21. Introducing broca
  22. Seven Projects from the OpenNews + Write the Docs Code Convening
  23. Thank You, Electionbot
  24. Connecting with the Dots
  25. Introducing Bedfellows
  26. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Elections Scraping
  27. Return of the Code Convenings: Elections and Updates
  28. When the News Calls for Raw Data
  29. How We Made “Spot the Ball”
  30. US Word Cup Roundup
  31. Behind the Scenes of “Fewer Helmets, More Deaths”
  32. Derek Willis on Newsroom Innovation
  33. What “Open” Really Means for 538, Vox, and The Upshot
  34. Introducing PourOver and Tamper
  35. A Bot to Find the Source of Serendipity
  36. Newsroom Analytics: A Primer
  37. Introducing Streamtools: A Graphical Tool for Working with Streams of Data
  38. New Work in News Code, Feb. 13th 2014
  39. The Code (and Thinking) Behind Today’s Paper
  40. Behind the Scenes on the NYT Redesign
  41. Making Good News Judgments
  42. Open Your Data
  43. How Promotion Affects Pageviews on the New York Times Website
  44. And Remember, this Is for Posterity
  45. US Elections Roundup, November 2013
  46. Watching the Results Change
  47. A few words from Chrys Wu on her new role
  48. The Times Regrets the Programmer Error
  49. Model Analysis
  50. ProPublica’s Jeff Larson on the NSA Crypto Story
  51. They Are Tweet Zombies!! They Are Followers!!
  52. Creating Games for Journalism
  53. Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics
  54. The NYT’s Amanda Cox on Winning the Internet
  55. London Calling: Winning the Data Olympics
  56. Freeing the Plum Book
  57. Olympics Lessons: Data Journalists, Meet Your Audience
  58. How the Data Sausage Gets Made
  59. How We Made Snow Fall
  60. The New York Times’ Election Results Loader
  61. News Development Roundup, Nov 16
  62. Election Hacking at MozFest
  63. The NYT’s Visual Election Outcome Explorer
  64. Superstorm Sandy: Code and Interactives
  65. The Week In News Dev, Oct 25
  66. The Week In News Dev, Oct 17
  67. SchoolBook
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