Phillip Gibson started programming in the 7th grade. He found out he could write scripts on his TI-83 to do his math homework for him, and ever since he hasn’t stopped trying to find a way to let his code do all the heavy lifting.
He graduated with a degree in Software Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2011. He moved to Charleston to work at Blackbaud, where he stayed for 3 years. After a year working remotely for a California-based startup, he found his way back to a local company, Jack Russell Software, where he is currently employed.