Bryan Ray

I help build software, teams, culture and companies. I've worked with a lot of technologies, human beings, and have helped build companies and products that range from itsy bitsy to ginormous.

I'd love to hear about how I can help you. Or get you in touch with someone who might be able to help you.

You can find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Github, or shoot me an email.

Resume (PDF)

Some of my Favorite Books

Give & Take
Principles: Life and Work
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking
Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams
Start With Why
How to Win Friends & Influence People
It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work
Remote: Office Not Required

Software Development

Core Languages

C# Typescript Javascript Ruby SQL Elixir

Secondary Languages

Python Go Dart Scala Crystal Elm ReasonML


SQL Server PostgreSQL mySQL Amazon RDS MongoDB CosmosDB Redshift

Data Services

AWS Kinesis AWS Glue AWS Athena AWS Firehose

Cloud Services

AWS Azure


.NET Core ASP.NET Core Entity Framework Dapper Ruby on Rails Phoenix Express.JS koa.JS Vue.JS React.JS


A (now defunct) podcast. Join Heather, Curtis and myself on an irreverent journey through the vagaries of life in Houston, in corporate America, and in the crazy world of trying to do right for all the humans around us.

Want to keep track of the latest technologies, processes, methodologies, and programming languages? TL;DR helps you out, by condensing down the weeks top technical news stories in to a quick 4 minute technical video.

Other Interests

Astrology / Cosmology

If I wasn't so in love with building software and products, I would find some way to be involved with space. I've been fascinated with it for as long as I can remember. I love that it's so large that it is incomprehensible.

I've absorbed just about every documentary out there and watched every episode of How the Universe Works twice over.


Sadly, I don't have a lot of time to work on my photography much. But I truly appreciate those who can make art from using a camera. It's an amazing skill.


I love making technical videos. As much time as I get to spend learning from people and sharing knowledge with them. I find it extremely valuable to be able to capture that knowledge in a video to share with others.