Monthly Archives: September 2012

How One Journalist Learned To Code: Tips For The Unafraid

I’m not a guy building the latest killer app, but I sling enough PHP to be dangerous and empowered. Before I learned programming, I had learned some HTML and CSS, but those are really like knowing how to paint a house. I wanted to play with the hammer and nails. So here’s how I learned to code, along with my two cents for journalists who want to learn some programming. Continue reading

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Journalistopia 2.0

Journalistopia, it’s been too long. It’s time for the quintessential blogger’s “sorry I’ve neglected you” post. Since the last post went up here, a lot has happened that led my blog into hibernation: -I moved from Orlando to Connecticut to … Continue reading

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