Jason Dzubak is currently serving as the manager of software development at the Research Technology Group of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. He graduated from Brigham Young University in April 1996 (cum laude) with a BS in computer science. He continued his education pursuing an MA in computer science at BYU until April 2000. While a student, he won a SELECT internship at Hewlett Packard Company in Boise, Idaho, and worked part time in the instructional applications department at BYU on the WordCruncher Text Indexing and Retrieval Software. He was made a full-time senior programmer in 1993, designing the WordCruncher software. After a one-year stretch as software development manager at WordCruncher Publishing Technologies in Alpine, Utah, in 1998, Jason returned to BYU as a senior programmer at the Research Technology Group. In 2011 he was promoted to his current position. Jason has also worked as an independent software design consultant for various companies over the years, including AppTek in Washington, DC (programming machine translation software), Ivie Technologies in Springville, Utah, and Audio Enhancement in Draper, Utah (designing professional audio equipment drivers and configuration software). Jason can be contacted at Dzubak@byu.edu.