The University Libraries is pleased to announce the appointment of Sharon Luong as library software applications developer, effective November 1.
As one of two new library software applications developers, Sharon will be a part of a highly collaborative team within the University Libraries Software Development department.
Sharon will be a senior software developer on projects related to the University Libraries’ digital collections infrastructure. She will help lead the implementation of robust software development and diagnostic practices, automated testing, software documentation, peer review, and responsible stewardship of software. She will help design, implement, test, and support the lifecycle of software. She will integrate new systems into existing frameworks to support Library services and collections, and will evaluate advanced technology and services and customize their use.
Prior to this appointment, Sharon was library applications software developer for UNC-Chapel Hill on the University Libraries’ Extending the Reach of Southern Audiovisual Sources: Expansion grant. Previously, she was team lead and web developer at Spoonflower.
Sharon holds an M.E.M. in ecotoxicology and environmental health from Duke University and a B.S. in biology from the University of California, Davis.
Reach Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org.