Hacks/Hackers Helsinki meets Open Knowledge Festival!
OKFestival (http://okfestival.org) is the biggest open data event in the World, and it will take over Helsinki for a week in September. For those of us interested in the union of data and journalism, there is lots to experience at #OKF. The data journalism and visualization track of the programme is happening on Tuesday, but we'll organise a kick-off in the form of a Hacks/Hackers gathering on Monday evening.
Speakers: https://twitter.com/jensfinnas https://twitter.com/runasand https://twitter.com/Pirhoo https://twitter.com/JussiPullinen
NOTE: This event will be in English.
Jens Finnäs: Journalist looking for a coder friend
"I am a journalist that likes playing around with data. But sometimes I am not able to do the things that I want. This is what I will talk about - the projects that I want to do, but can't. I am a journalist looking for coder friends."
Jens is a data journalist living in Sweden. He blogs at http://dataist.wordpress.com/
Live blogging as a journalistic tool
Jussi Pullinen, news editor at Helsingin Sanomat.
Runa A. Sandvik from Tor-project
How Tor can help journalists stay safe online, as well as help their sources stay safe
Pierre Romera: Data journalism à la française
Pierre (@pirhoo, http://www.pirhoo.com/) will talk about his work at Journalism++ and OWNI.
The event will be held at bar Painobaari, located in the same building with the newsroom of the biggest Finnish daily. The venue is in Helsinki city centre next to Kiasma art museum. The address is Postikuja 2.