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"Diligent misanthrope, avid diatribist, writer, hack, serving out vigilante justice with great verbosity. Investigative Journalism student at City University. All..."
"I work for Culture24, the noon-profit online publisher promoting museums and galleries both with editorial, and with a massive dataset of crowdsourced info from..."
"Freelance writer and community guy at Crunch.co.uk"
"Lead User Experience & Information Architect at the Guardian. Contributing editor to FUMSI magazine. Over-enthusiastic blogger about UX, IA, journalism and digit..."
"Music Industry Statistician "
"I'm a digital manager (jack oj all trades) in a magazine publisher frustrated by the lack of digital vision and progress in big publishing/media companies...."
"Iam a Linux programmer with 8+ professional experience"
"Independent filmmaker/transparent community journalist (local & national) - www.bluwmedia.co.uk"
"Wanna learn more about this subject"
"I'm looking for a junior or work experience student to work with me for 2-3 months. Please email me at [masked]"
"Software developer and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in software technology."
"I find coding therapeutic and I am super creative. Would like to find and collaborate with like minded people."
"Co-founder of ProdPad and co-organiser behind MindtheProduct, ProductTanks and ProductCamp London. "
"local "community reporter" via Argus -- "
"I'm a former broadcast journalist and radio newsreader of ten years, now working in local government communications."
"Co-Founder of Lighthouse Learning, developing fun learning apps for children"
"Hi I'm Paul..Welshman from Cardiff, living in Brighton. Current BI (SAS) Analyst and freelance web developer (www.paul-fry.com)"
"Hi, I'm an embedded software engineer living in Brighton for about a year. I'm interested in meeting like minded folk and people with other tech interest..."
"Hi, I'm Chie, an eternal student of anything and everything that will make me a better journalist. I'm also a community manager and investigator on the..."
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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