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Boston Globe Media Lab Programmer - Summer Intern

Boston Globe Media Lab Programmer – Summer Intern
Technology is rapidly and radically changing the news. The Boston Globe is building a media lab in its press building to understand how. We’re looking for a couple of talented programmers to join our investigations this summer.

Right now (April) we’re just starting to buy a range of hardware – from Nintendo 3DS through an 8-screen display system with an aggregate resolution of 10000×3200px. We want to get mind-bending news hacks and visualizations running it all. Come be a part of that.

We’re interested in AirPlay hacks, Processing, node.js, next-gen sports-watching, Twitter and Facebook (of course), augmented reality, HUGE maps, Kinect, NFC and in general turning things on their head. We’re seeking candidates that have experience with a web scripting language (javascript, ruby, python, php, etc.) and a passion for the news, sports and/or open data.

You will be working amidst the machinery of a major city newspaper – both the city room & our printing presses are just down the hall.

Spend the summer helping keep local news vibrant!

Position is full-time at our facility in Boston for 12 weeks. $18/hr.

Interested? Send your resumé to cmarstall at globe.com.


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