Cory Bohon is a developer, writer, and amateur photographer who works part-time for MITH as a developer with the Making the Digital Humanities More Open Project. He lives in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he attended the University of South Carolina Upstate and graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Computer Information Systems. Cory has always aspired to create great software that can change people’s lives ever since he first began using computers at age 3. His love for technology all started with an IBM 386 running Dos 6, but soon expanded rapidly to Macs, Unix-based systems, and mobile devices when they became available. Around 2004 when he switched to the Mac, he soon found another love: a love for open source and Unix systems. Cory began developing applications in 2005, with a set of AppleScript applications for the Mac called Dockables, which had more than 500,000 downloads over the 3-year development span. He soon started developing more robust applications for the Mac. In addition, he has been an iOS developer since the SDK was initially released in 2008, and has written several successful applications. Cory’s current research interests include: mobile application development, accessible website design, interactive website development with HTML5, Mac/iOS development.