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Coding the Commune

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This blog is concerned with the intersection of technology (especially software development), political philosophy (especially the work of Marx), collective decision-making, and degrowth.

My name is Christopher Gibilisco and I am a software dev and (kind of) philosopher based in Lincoln, Nebraska. By day I help build web apps, by night I mostly make tiny games on PICO-8. My main languages are Ruby, C#, and Go. I am currently working on Unseemly, a tiny game where you play an evil demon deceiving Descartes. I also am looking into FOSS software projects to contribute to.

I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of Nebraska in 2016. My dissertation was on theory choice.