While the debate continues as to whether one can “do DH” without coding, my counterpart at UNC, Joseph Ryan, and I thought it would be useful to provide a place for discussion oriented toward Digital Humanities practitioners that tend to engage more with software development than your average humanities academic. The general invitation is below:
Do you work in digital humanities in a role focused significantly on software, infrastructure, tool deployment and/or development? Do you create new representations of humanities research? Are you interested in meeting your colleagues and sharing information about how they work within their organizations, favorite tools, interesting data sources, and neighboring concerns?
If so, you are invited to join the brand new dh_developers list. Sign up and introduce yourself today: