Visit the American University campus Saturday, July 11th for the 2015 WINS (Washington Internships for Native Students) annual pow wow from noon-5:00 p.m. Connect with the D.C.
The digital world is growing, and with that comes high demand for tech-savvy journalists.
Journalists of all mediums can learn the basics of one rising trend — coding — at a workshop
taught by Isleta Technologies co-owner Paul Beccio during the National Native Media
Coding is a system of writing the source code for a program and is used to make computer
software, applications and websites, Beccio said.
This is a useful skill for journalists because it allows them to do things they were unable to do
before, such as build websites and sift through data more easily, he said.
The hour-long session is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, July 11, in the Potomac room of the
Crystal City Hyatt Regency Hotel. To register or for more information, visit the NAJA website.