Head over to the Hacking Journalism party [Events Roundup]

Plus: Learn about digital marketing for brick-and-mortar shops with CAVA's Nikki Rappaport.

Journalists have new tools at their disposal (and old ones, too). (Photo by Flickr user Chris Beckett, used under a Creative Commons license)

July is a slow tech events month, with everyone relaxing somewhere in the sun. That is, everyone except for journalists, who will convene with developers, data scientists and designers in a weekend hacking workshop.


GrowthChats DC – Digital Marketing for Brick and Mortar w/ Nikki Rappaport
The director of brand and marketing at CAVA will share tips on branding your shop digitally.
Thursday, July 9
6:00-8:30 p.m.
Contactually, 1005 7th St. NW
RSVP. $30.

Hacking Journalism Party
Developers, journalists, data scientists and designers will celebrate the many hacks they will have thought of during the Hacking Journalism workshop organized by and the Washington Post (which you can apply to here)
Saturday, July 11
8:00-11:00 p.m.
The Big Hunt, 1345 Connecticut Ave. NW
RSVP. Free.

Companies: The Washington Post / Contactually

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