Erik Hinton

Erik Hinton is an interactive news developer at The New York Times. Before that he worked for Talking Points Memo where a great cast of characters showed him the ropes. Erik enjoys programming in Haskell, studying analytic philosophy, writing experimental fiction for no one's enjoyment at all and finding ever-stranger ways to exercise.


How journalists can use Backbone to create data-driven projects

Single page apps are great solutions for data journalism. By offloading the complexity from backends and servers, journalists can build rich programs and graphics out of just Javascript, HTML and CSS. In fact, these “backends” can shrink to a vanishing … Read more

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