Hello, I'm Brian.
Here's what I've been up to...
2015 - Present
In early 2015, I found an opportunity I could not pass up in a small office of very passionate people supporting a quickly-growing vertically-integrated construction company. I took additional finance and advanced SQL courses to build on the skills I have continued to learn in my hybrid DevOps role as a Senior Business Analyst. I am currently working to improve my C#, Visual Studio, and data warehousing knowledge.
Tier One Technology Partners
2013 - 2015
I was lucky to begin my foray into the tech world with the very bright team at Tier One, providing clients with a combination of tech and financial services. Working in the tech branch of an accounting firm provided me great insight into two different worlds. I was surrounded with great mentors. I quickly began to query SQL data and build user analytics reports. I leveraged my Linux passion projects to begin supporting and maintaining RHEL/CentOS servers and applications, as well as helping to design. implement, and maintain VMware and Veeam solutions and underlying infrastructure to solidify my technical acumen.
University of North Texas
2010 - 2012
I found a passion for psychology and philosophy when I was not playing in the “O’Clock” bands at UNT. I made many lasting friendships and helped me realize my creative passions into a career.
University of Northern Colorado
2005 - 2009
I fell in love with Colorado when I started at UNC. I was very fortunate to travel across the country for national competitions with phenomenal musicians, but I was always excited to get back. This was where my journey into the tech industry began.
A little more about me...
With many years experience in the manufacturing, technology, and finance industries, I am no stranger to difficult problems. I am highly motivated and continue to ask "why" until my curiosity is satisfied. On the DiSC classical profile patterns, I fall somewhere between the Creative and Developer patterns. I am adventurous and outgoing, strong-willed and self-reliant.
I spend my time between Denver and Boulder. I love the juxtaposition of the two cities and their different offerings. It is hard to compete with an area that has such a vibrant tech industry and offers an incredibly diverse array of outdoor activities; hiking and skiing, camping, fishing.
I am very thankful for where I have found myself and the wonderful woman that has agreed to share this journey with me.
Let's connect. I prefer Twitter DMs, LinkedIn messages, or emails.
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