Proficient storyteller—just take a look at my prose. Urban policy and history nerd, with a progressive edge: transportation, infrastructure, and urban development—that’s my jam. One-time freelance writer for the Austin Monitor.
SMTP Translator github.com/YoRyan/smtp-translator
A fake SMTP server that translates emails directly into Pushover notifications. Instead of replicating your Gmail password to every single entity that needs to send email notifications—be it your IP camera, WordPress install, or Linux box—you can set their SMTP server to
smtpt.app.youngryan.com and start getting notified via Pushover right away.
A Linux client, with headless and desktop versions, for the NiceHash GPU cryptocurrency mining marketplace. Sell the processing power of your Nvidia graphics cards for Bitcoin with ease, backed by a rock-solid operating system. Made with Python and wxWidgets.
(this website) youngryan.com
Let’s get this out of the way: All developers stand on the shoulders of giants! WordPress is my CMS, and the markup is generated by the Underscores skeleton theme. But otherwise, the styling is my own—clean, responsive, and ready for a mobile-first Internet.
On occasion, I also get to play sysadmin. This website rocks a VPS (shout-out to CrownCloud) running Ubuntu Server, LXD, and nginx.
Bachelor of Science and Arts in Computer Science, the University of Texas at Austin. Minor and undergraduate thesis in Urban Studies.
Telogis, Inc. (2016)
Put various company services in Docker containers. Built C# and Node.JS wrappers in Visual Studio to integrate Docker into the QA testing workflow.
UT Austin (2017)
As an undergraduate researcher with the EURECA program, built a RAM simulator with C++11 to verify the performance of various caching strategies. (Grant project sponsored by Huawei.)