Bryan Maass


Bryan brings his "get shit done" mindset from Co-founding Fetchh to improve products and experiences.

skills

Skill Keywords
Backend Development Clojure, Postgres, leiningen, oh-my-zsh, clojure.spec,
Frontend Development ClojureScript, Re-Frame, rum, JS, react, websockets, Semantic UI, HTML, CSS,
Dev Ops Ubuntu, ssh, lein, nrepl, bash, Jenkins
Emacs magit, cider, org-mode, paredit, projectile, helm

employment

Senior Frontend Software Engineer, Threatgrid at Cisco

2017-06 — Present

Advanced Malware Analysis

  • Applied management techniques to co-lead a frontend engineering team
  • Installed single source state management for 30% faster development time
  • Upgraded a frontend javasript app to a clojurescript app
  • Introduced systematic code cleaning which eradicated 97% of bike shedding

Senior Data Engineer Contractor, ROKT

2015-03 — 2017-05

Transactional marketing startup

  • Mentored junior developers on Clojure best practices, style, and team culture
  • Designed implemented and maintained self-serve UI for Ad APIs which lead to 80% fewer support requests
  • Lead multiple workshops ranging from Emacs, Higher Order Functions, and re-frame

Technical Co-Founder + CTO, Fetchh.io

2014-03 — 2015-04

On-demand logistics service and the easiest way to pack and post items

  • Designed, developed, and deployed entire SPA, Clojure backend, and Postgres infrastructure
  • Rolled an analytics platform to measure user behavior (sql queries + Google Analytics + Intercom.io)
  • Reverse engineered postage carrier APIs and placed thousands of shipments
  • Crafted a tracking system to automatically inform Fetchh customers about the status of their 3,000+ shipments
  • Transmitted customized marketing through Etsy's in-app messaging protocol
  • Pitched Fetchh to investors, raising a $150k Angel Round

Software Engineer, Staples Inc. (Staples SparX)

2013-03 — 2014-02

Applied machine learning branch of Staples Inc.

  • Lead developer for the SparX reporting platform
  • Improved SparX's A/B testing platform, releasing it 3 months ahead of schedule

projects

Creator, CLJS Fiddle

2016-03 — Present

site for exploring and sharing interactive ClojureScript snippets.

ClojureScript, Reagent, Parinfer

Creator, hiccup.space

2015-02 — 2015-03

Minimalist site to showcase Clojure's ability to manipulate HTML as datastructures.

Creator, Blog

2016-02 — Present

Conceptualization, design, development, deployment, and content.


education

Bachelor of Science, University of California at Davis

2009-01 — 2013-01

speaking

Simplifying Clojure Data with Tracks, Sydney Clojure Group

2016

http://escherize.com/tracks_talk

CLJS Fiddle (https://youtu.be/FDRBTXfFOhw), ReactJS Sydney

2016

http://escherize.com/cljsfiddle_talk

Clojure, RethinkDB, and You, Sydney Clojure Group

2016

http://escherize.com/rethinkdb_talk


testimonials

Will Jensen

My time working with Bryan to build, grow, and sell Fetchh has given me great insight into his abilities as a leader and thinker. Bryan has an ability to develop lean strategies that develop and grow products fast. His ability to iterate makes him an asset to any company and I would jump at the opportunity to work with him again.

Mike Thompson

Bryan has a deep knowledge of re-frame. I worked with him on a port to the JVM, which was a great success. It was also when I was tossing around ideas with Bryan that the concept of reg-sub arrived.