I’m Redmer, a descriptive linguist, and I work with varied data sources to improve their interoperability. I’ve previously developed programming interfaces for texts across the faculties of the humanities.
This is my blog where I keep track of things I’ve worked on, conferences I’ve been to and post about topics of interest.
That includes tech stuff, cultural heritage, linguistics and digital publishing.
So far, I’ve published 13 posts on this website.
Redmer works fulltime as a data engineer in Rotterdam.
Previously, he worked as a freelance developer and consultant for cultural heritage institutes.
That includes galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAM) and (academic) publishers.
He’s still available to work with the DH community to further the development of APIs at the base for digital editions.
He studied Linguistics at the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University, with special interest towards language description of endangered languages.
He lives in Breda with his partner.
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