Lead Product Developer, DevOps and Security
Mike Tigas was the Lead Product Developer, DevOps and Security at ProPublica. He also works on tools for online privacy and the liberation of public data. He is a lead developer on Tabula (a data extraction tool for PDF files) and Onion Browser (an anonymizing web browser for iOS). He was a 2013 Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Fellow and previously worked as a newsroom web developer at The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, Washington).
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