Robinson Tryon qubit
Robinson has over a decade of experience in Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) development, organization, and outreach, with an emphasis on Serious Games in medicine, security, and higher education.
He’s served as Senior QA Engineer for The Document Foundation, the German non-profit behind LibreOffice & Document Liberation Projects, as well as coordinator of community outreach and education. At the Interactive Media Lab of the Geisel School of Medicine, he worked on interactive training programs for doctors and first responders. At Tiltfactor Game Lab for Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College, he served as technical consultant on diverse projects including Metadata Games, a FOSS game suite for libraries, archives, and other institutions to crowdsource metadata collection.
Robinson received his BA in Computer Science from Dartmouth College. He is a regular speaker at FOSS & Tech Conferences in the US and Europe and serves on the Engineering Steering Committee for The Document Foundation.
Robinson Tryon presents 2 Events:
Technology Overload: How makerspaces and libraries can save classrooms from pervasive tech run amok at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2016
Keep it Secret! Keep it Safe! at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2017