My passions are literature and programming. I am working on tools for analysis of poetry using computational linguistics libraries. I'm also working on a webapp for crowdsourced categorization of literature following foundational literary critical approaches (specifically Frye's Anatomy of Criticism).
I'm also working on a d3/node.js game for teaching ipv6 (to the technical RFC level).
I love my current job because it allows me to study Rails, Node, and other technologies that are useful in my goal to do more digital humanities work. I work with some great people on an innovative, lean team. I love how we have the flexibility to try out just about any new programming/devops technologies as we see fit to meet the customers' needs. I think the only way my job could be better is if it allowed me to work directly in the digital humanities/computational literature field.
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Jan 6 '17