If we’re going to transform newsroom code and culture, we need to invest in the people who do the work.

Thank you SRCCON:WORK attendees for two days of care, community, and collaboration.

If you’d like to revisit our talks, check out our talk transcriptions. We’ll also be publishing session write-ups and guides over on Source over the next few months.


SRCCON:WORK explored how we as a community can make journalism more inclusive, representative, and responsive. This new, two-day event took place Dec. 7-8, 2017, in Philadelphia, building on conversations emerging from SRCCON, our hands-on conference that gathers members of the news-code community each year to take on ideas that push newsrooms forward.

Many of the biggest problems we face aren’t technical at all, so the program at SRCCON:WORK took a deeper look at these themes:

Here’s more about how we organized the program at SRCCON:WORK and the talks and sessions.

When, where, and other logistics

You can find more information on lodging, schedule, and getting around Philadelphia on our logistics page.

What’s next?

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