Author: Jessica Dussault

Programmer

In September 2015, we launched the O Say Can You See: Early Washington D.C., Law & Family website (OSCYS) [http://earlywashingtondc.org].  The site had an interactive network component, where users could easily see how a petitioner not only had relationships to attorneys and defendants, but to a web of family members and social connections involved in…

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[This post is also available on the Day of DH’s blog] Hello!  My name is Jessica Dussault and I am a programmer at the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL).  Let me tell you a little about my Day of DH 2017 which was, if you can tell from…

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[Originally posted by Jessica Dussault, September 12, 2016 on Github Pages] I’ve been sitting on this blog post for several months now, so my apologies for a rather late update! In May the dev team (Karin, Greg, and I) headed to Kansas City for the Ruby on Rails 2016 conference. Most of our dev team…

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[Originally published by Jessica Dussault on March 9, 2015 on Github Pages] Thursday, I took a road trip to Omaha to watch the ng-conf (angular.js conference) with some nice folks from The Garage by Aviture. I have very little experience with angular besides scanning through their docs a few times, but I thought it would…

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