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Jessica is a programmer and analyst for the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH). She works with a variety of software and programming languages in her position at the CDRH to build and support dozens of sites such as O Say Can You See: Early Washington Law & Family, The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, The Complete Letters of Willa Cather, and Nebraska Authors. Jessica holds a Master's in Digital Humanities from University College London (2012) and a Bachelor's in Music and History from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2011). Her Master's dissertation, "Live Coding Music: Self-Expression through Innovation," explores why and how live coders create their own environments for composing and performing music. Before joining the CDRH team in 2014, Jessica was the lead dev of the XML Integration Squad at SEMCAT, an insurance software company. In 2012 she was a digital intern for the National Theatre Archives in London, UK. Jessica is a cellist with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra.