Bryan Haberberger

Bryan is a Developer for the Center for Digital Humanities at Saint Louis University. He earned a BA in Computer Science from Saint Louis University in 2012.  That same year he joined the Center and began his work as a front end developer.  Since then he has acquired skills for database and API development through work on other projects in the Center like Broken Books, RERUM and T-PEN. He was the primary developer on the French Renaissance Paleography project project working with the developers of the Center and those from Toronto to provide the UI and back-end functionality of the application in connection with Toronto's back-end and user schema.  He has assumed the same responsibilities for the Italian Renaissance Paleography project.