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OC Tech Talent Available: Web Developer and Data Scientist

OC Tech Talent Available: Web Dev + Data Scientist

Bryan LoweBryan Lowe is a full stack web developer and data analyst with over 13 years of software development experience.

He graduated from UCI with a BS in computer science and went further to obtain a MS in software engineering at Cal State Fullerton. Throughout his career Bryan has built software for email marketing, content management systems, data synchronization with Salesforce and data analysis using machine learning algorithms.

Bryan’s underlying passion is to push the envelope with existing systems to create new functionality that had yet to be realized. Bryan really enjoys improving software yet, if you ask him to build a system from scratch, expect him to pay extra detail to the architecture and qualities you would really like to have built into your system.

When Bryan is not developing code, he teaches at UCI for data analytics and full stack web development. Bryan has a real passion for teaching as much as he has for software development. If you need a software engineer to develop or consult for your company, reach out to Bryan Lowe and see what he can do for you today!


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