Bryan Basham is an independent Java and Open Source architect and consultant. He works in all tiers of an application: Client, Presentation, Business, Integration, and Resource tiers, but his expertise is UI design for desktop and Web applications.
He has over 20 years of software development experience. In the 80’s, he worked for NASA developing advanced automation software using Artificial Intelligence techniques. In the 90’s he worked for a start-up consulting firm developing custom, object-oriented, business applications in C++ and SQL.
In the early 2000’s, Bryan was a course developer for Sun Microsystems concentrating on Java technology and Object-Oriented design principles. He has worked on a large range of Java courses: Java language, JDBC, servlet/JSPs, OOA&D, and Java EE architecture. Bryan has also designed many of Sun’s most important certifications: SCJP (for Java SE v5), SCWCD, and most recently SCEA (for Java EE v5).
After leaving Sun in 2006, Bryan joined StillSecure, Inc., as a Senior Software Developer building the company’s new infrastructure for it’s line of security products. He worked in all tiers of the infrastructure but was the lead in the JSF-based GUI framework building a 50+ advanced component library. Bryan left StillSecure to become an independent software consultant and architect.
Bryan has co-authored Head First Servlets and JSPs: Passing the Sun Certified Web Component Developer Exam with Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates.
Bryan is a practicing Zen Buddhist, Rocky Mountain hiker, audiophile, and telemark skier.
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