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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by Dave Earley tagged database-reporting

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"Sure, it would be great if you could hire one single person who could do everything. We call that “computer jesus” — and you need to accept the fact that there really are not many people in the world who can walk on water."

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"I'm most drawn to the applications developer and hacker journalist roles -- probably because the former is most similar to my previous life as a software developer, and the latter because it sounds cool as hell.

Other programmer-journalists would have different feelings about their ideal job. Database junkies, visualization geeks and HTML hackers all have a place in this profession."

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“The proposal was to create a newsroom: a group of developers-slash-journalists, or journalists-slash-developers, who would work on long-term, medium-term, short-term journalism—everything from elections to NFL penalties to kind of the stuff you see in the Word Train.” This team would “cut across all the desks,” providing a corrective to the maddening old system, in which each innovation required months for permissions and design. The new system elevated coders into full-fledged members of the Times—deputized to collaborate with reporters and editors, not merely to serve their needs."
"...and suddenly you recognize what you’ve been soaking in: not a cheap imitation of a print newspaper but a vastly superior version of one. It may be the only happy story in journalism."

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The title of this RWW post is not joking. This is an amazingly comprehensive list of available data visualisation tools. Check it out.

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