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Journalism with Augmented Reality

By Adam Levy

On September 22, we published our second step into the world of Augmented Reality, and it's a big one.  (You can check out the story here, and the AR feature is viewable in the iOS Classic app, which you can download here.)  I wanted to take a step back and outline the decisions we made, how we see the AR landscape, and what we're doing now and in the future to participate.

Gulp for cross-newsroom workflows

By Seth Blanchard

At the Post we make a lot of great interactive graphics. Most of these are built as static html pages. It’s a great way for our incredibly talented graphics team to work. They have flexibility to design and build the approach that is best for telling the story.

Developer Day 2015

By Sruti Cheedalla

On October 27, 2015, the Engineering team held its first Developer Day event. We had a simple goal, carve out a small space in time where we could gather as developers from across the organization to connect on all things tech. After months of planning we were able to enjoy mingling with each other as we heard interesting talks on how we use big data to predict article success, tips to manage growing teams, the hidden secrets to creating “Chatbots”, and many more.