Hack Jersey

Coders and journalists, together

We're gearing up for our second hackathon!


Why I’m Asking You To Come Hack With Us

Posted on 11 Feb 2015 in Ideas, News | 0 comments

TweetHere’s a guest post from Hack Jersey co-founder and NJ News Commons director Debbie Galant. We’re holding a hackathon March 28-29 at Montclair State. The theme is A Weekend of Making Journalism Better Through Data, Code and Play. A lot of journalists think a hackathon is not for them. They either don’t know the word […]

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Hack Jersey 2.0: Now seeking sponsors

Posted on 02 Feb 2015 in Ideas, News | 0 comments

Tweet Hack Jersey and the Center for Cooperative Media are looking for sponsors for our March 28-29 hackathon at Montclair State. We’ll be challenging leaders in data journalism, civic hacking and app development in New Jersey to make visualizations and tools to serve journalism. Since this is New Jersey, we’ve named our sponsorship levels after […]

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Join us for our second hackathon!

Posted on 28 Jan 2015 in News | 0 comments

Tweet We’re back, Jersey. HackJersey is gearing up for its second hackathon in collaboration with the Center for Cooperative Media on Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29, 2015. We’re bringing together hackers and journalists (and hacker journalists) to create innovative news apps and data journalism. Whether this is your first hackathon or you’re a […]

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Join the conversation at #OpenDataNJ Summit

Posted on 05 May 2014 in News | 0 comments

TweetAfter months of planning, our NJ Open Data Summit, organized with our good friends at the NJ News Commons, is almost here. On May 15, we’ll gather more than 150 government officials, civic hackers, journalists and others to talk about what open data is and how it can spread in New Jersey. We’ll spend the […]

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Guiding journalists through strange world of money and politics

Posted on 25 Sep 2013 in News | 1 comment

At the “Law, Money and Politics” data expedition Saturday, computer-assisted reporting was made easy and approachable.

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