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ArchaeoTech Podcast Episode 7: Interview with Brian Ballsun-Stanton, Technical Manager and Data Architect for FAIMS

In the latest episode of the ArchaeoTech Podcast, I talk with Brian Ballsun-Stanton, the technical manager and data architect for the Federated Archaeology Information Management System (FAIMS), an integrated digital archaeology capture, management, analysis, archival, and publishing initiative in Australia. We discuss relational (and non-relational databases), the culture of archaeologists, mobile development, philosophy, and why archaeologists often choose to play Rogues in role playing games…

Click here to listen and/or download the episode from Chris Webster’s Archaeology Podcast Network!

An example of archaeology character classes in a Star Wars Edge of Empire, a popular role playing game. More info here at Fantasy Flight.com