Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

Rebooting journalism

Journalists, developers and designers working together for the future of the media.

From August 29th. to 31th. 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires

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Join the three-day festival @HacksHackersBA Media Party!

Journalists, publishers, software developers, designers and entrepreneurs are invited to three days of keynotes, workshops, and a super hackathon to work towards building the future of media.



Venue

Date: August 30 and 31, and September 1 Ciudad Cultural Konex, Sarmiento 3131, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Agenda

Join us in this intensive three day journey, know the agenda, the workshops, the road map of the hackathon and Media Fair exhibitors.

Workshops

Two days of workshops to design the future of the media.  Scrapping, visualizing, mapping and more.

Hackathon

We hope that the ideas in the workshops to climb on the platform we developed with Dan Zajdband, HackDash, ideas for a hackathon: http://hackdash.hhba.info.

Speakers

These are some of the people that will visit us during this 3-day journey of conferences, talks and workshops.

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Tyson Evans

Tyson Evans

Deputy editor for interactive news at the New York Times and organizing member of Hacks/Hackers New York

Alastair Dant

Alastair Dant

Lead interactive technologist for The Guardian.

Daniel Sinker

Daniel Sinker

Director of Knight-Mozilla OpenNews, a program to disseminate innovation and open source web development in journalism.

Douglas Arellanes

Douglas Arellanes

Services Director and co-founder of Sourcefabric, an organization dedicated to providing open source tech support to media organizations.

Thomas Levine

Thomas Levine

Data scientist at ScraperWiki and partner at Whitby Group.

Karen Reilly

Karen Reilly

Development Director for the Tor Project, responsible for fundraising, advocacy, general marketing, and policy outreach programs.

Jonathan Stray

Jonathan Stray

Leads the Overview Project for the Associated Press, a Knight News Challenge-funded visualization system.

James Burns

James Burns

Cofounder of Zeega, an organization that develops new ways to tell interactive stories, and one of the founders of metaLAB (at) Harvard.

Alexander Shaw

Alexander Shaw

Developer of news applications at the prestigious site ProPublica and one of the creators of TimelineSetter.