• Vanessa Hamer

    Say hello to our new Operations and Marketplace Director at the NYC office Vanessa Hamer!

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  • Unlimited map views start today!

    Over recent years, mapping services have been busy counting and charging for map views. We believe that charging for map views is actually penalizing users for doing great things with their work. In order to change the trend, we are going to take a different tack, and promote the usage of maps, not discourage them. That is why we are no longer charging for map views. Yep, you read that right: free and unlimited map views for all CartoDB accounts. CartoDB exists so that you can make the most useful and inspiring visualizations on the web, so we figured it’s best that we stay out of your way.

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  • Nacho Sánchez

    CartoDB Madrid offices keep growing, and we’re happy to announce our newest team member, Juan Ignacio Sánchez (but please call him Nacho unless he’s done something wrong).

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  • European Awards

    We are happy to announce that CartoDB has been awarded the European Union Europioneers 2014 High Growth Web Entrepreneur award. The award was announced today at the Web Summit in Dublin, one of the biggest web conferences in Europe. Runners up included some of the most exciting web companies in Europe today, such as Wunderlist, Klarna, Hailo and Transferwise among others.

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  • Jaime Chapinal

    Have you ever tried to develop an entire video game? Our buddy Jaime Chapinal has successfully done it, and we are happy to announce he will be part of the CartoDB crew :).

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  • Nicklas Gummesson

    We are pretty happy to announce Nicklas Gummersson is joining CartoDB. He will be working on the frontend side of CartoDB, taking care of the CartoDB editor and improving the CartoDB.js public API.

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  • Santiago Giraldo Anduaga

    Please give a hearty welcome to Santiago.

    He’s the newest member to the CartoDB team. Coming from a background as diverse as his interests, he will be using his skills to make maps that peel away the layers of our complex world with the goal of thinking about space, realities, and the potential maps have for many different user groups. All of that is fitting because his title at CartoDB is Data Story Intern.

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  • We live in exciting times when it comes to working with data and creating useful products for citizens and organizations. The open data trend keeps growing solidly: public administrations and organizations all over the world keep pushing the boundaries with really good opening projects. On the tools front, simpler and more powerful APIs and tools keep popping up, ensuring that increasingly more people capture and process huge quantities of data, analyze it, and have better communication.

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  • Better common data

    We all need an assist when we’re thinking big. At CartoDB, we’ve seen some of the most original user visualizations inspired by common data. So, we’re focused on growing public data offerings to help you make maps that tell more creative and comprehensive stories.

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  • Stamen Knuckles

    Are you into creating beautiful maps? We thought so. Let’s talk about Stamen. They’re an award-winning, internationally known design and technology studio based in San Francisco’s Mission District (aka the West Coast Williamsburg). You may have heard of them, but you’ve definitely encountered their work if you keep up with newspapers, Fortune 500 brands, museum collections, and prime time television.

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