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Andromeda Yelton

Software Engineer

Andromeda Yelton is a software engineer and librarian. Currently she is at the Berkman Klein Center; in the past she has written code for the MIT Libraries, the Wikimedia Foundation, bespoke knitting patterns and library space usage analytics, among other things.

Previously, she was a jack of all trades at the open-licensed-ebook startup Unglue.it; taught Latin to middle school boys; and was a member of the Ada Initiative advisory board. She has a BS in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College, an MA in Classics from Tufts, and an MLS from Simmons. She’s a 2010 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing awardee, a 2011 ALA Emerging Leader, and a 2013 Library Journal Mover & Shaker. She is Past President of the Library & Information Technology Association, and a past listener contestant on Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me.


Community

KBZK.com

Bozeman Computer Museum gets a boost from surprised visitor

There’s a special room dedicated to women in computing. Yelton posted a selfie of herself in the room, posting: “Yes, I am totally taking a selfie in this particular exhibit.”

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
HAMLET

Hamlet: What About Machine Learning Enhancing Theses?

Berkman Klein Center software engineer Andromeda Yelton shares a new tool ("extremely in alpha") that uses machine learning to power experimental, exploratory interfaces to the…

Friday, Sep 28, 2018

Events

Oct 2, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Software for the Social Good

with the BKC Geek Team & friends

VIDEO & PODCAST: Learn how the Berkman Klein Center's geek team builds the amazing tools that help us study the Internet and advance the public interest. More