Philip Durbin

Philip Durbin

Software Developer, Dataverse
Philip Durbin

Phil joined the Dataverse team as a software developer in December 2012, but his history with IQSS goes back to 2006, when he worked on the RCE.

With a degree in Psychology from the University of Dayton, he's happy to be working at an institute dedicated to social science, and proud to be part of the team that rewrote Dataverse to be more inclusive of all science.

Phil is thrilled to see the number of Datavese installations listed at dataverse.org grow to more than two dozen, and can often be found answering questions on the Dataverse mailing list, the #dataverse IRC channel on freenode, and the bi-weekly Dataverse community call. Every month, he jots down and sends out the Dataverse Community News and always looks forward to the annual Dataverse Community Meeting.

He gets overly excited about open source and created a dataset in Harvard Dataverse called Open Source at Harvard. He co-founded the codecraft mailing list, has a crazy idea called Crossroads, and makes silly mobile games with his kids. In theory, he blogs at blogs.harvard.edu/pdurbin and his personal website is greptilian.com

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1737 Cambridge St, K321
Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-384-5064

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