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"The Digital Roadie guy"
"PR/comms focused on digital and tech sector. Overseeing PR for Brighton Digital Festival. Run Fugu PR in Brighton."
"Data journalist interested in environment and public policy stories"
"I'm a journalist working with news organisations in emerging do racier and frozen conflict zones to promote their digital presence and practices."
"Hi, my name is Fausto Oliveira and I work for McAfee managing the Sustaining Development and QA teams for Encryption products."
"I'm training to be a journalist. "
"I'm a student at the University of Brighton studying Computer Science but I'm also currently working for Unity3D as an intern programmer! I would like..."
"Heya, I am interests in all things ICT and education. I am keen to hear about start-up stories, policy stuff and ideas about open data and open innovation. I make..."
"Love tech, culture and nice people. Founding director of colab - a social innovation consultancy specialising in redesigning public policy"
"Director of storythings.com, and founder of The Story (www.thestory.org.uk). Was at Channel 4 and the BBC before that."
"Based in Brighton, UK, I am currently a Senior Interactive Designer at Mint, a small agency hidden in the North Laine, although I am soon to leap into the world..."
"Producer for The Edge Picture Company"
"Formerly editor of a number of music and professional audio magazines (including Music Technology, Studio Sound, Pro Audio Asia and Pro Audio Middle East), I am..."
"Senior Digital Designer at Neo."
"I'm a user experience designer living in Brighton, working in London"
"PhD researcher; freelance journalist"
"Head of Communications Strategy at Sussex Police (UK), keen traveller, amateur photographer and want-to-be nocturnal socialite."
Hacks/Hackers is a global movement where hacks (journalists) and hackers (developers) meet for talks, demos, hackathons and socials.
It started in San Francisco and New York in 2009 and there are now 30 meet-up groups across five continents (see the Hacks/Hackers site).
The goal of Hacks/Hackers is to create a "network of journalists and technologists who rethink the future of news and information".
Hacks/Hackers Brighton launched in September 2011 at the Brighton Digital Festival.
Organised by Journalism.co.uk, the group includes talks and demos from hacks and hackers and draws on the wealth of talent in and around Brighton.
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