Dusty Phillips is a Canadian software developer, author, and mental health advocate. He’s been developing software for well over half his life. He spent most of his career writing Python in a wide variety of contexts: freelance consultant, director of engineering at a startup, engineer at Facebook, and a stint with the United Nations to name a few. He’s written a few books along the way with more to come. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Information systems from Athabasca University and a Masters in Computer Science and Engineering from York University. He has contributed to numerous open source projects, most notably Arch Linux and various Python projects. He also co-founded the popular Puget Sound Programming Python meetup in the Seattle area.
He is currently open to new job opportunities provided he doesn’t have to relocate. His current interests include machine learning, education, and mental health support. He’s available for both development and managerial roles.