Brian was a Navy brat, moving every 3-4 years, generally bouncing from a beach somewhere to the Washington, DC metro area. After progressing from Philadelphia to New York City, Brian found his true home in San Francisco, CA. Brian’s father gave him an Atari 800XL computer in 1981. He has been working with computers ever since. The first domain he registered (yea.org) was in 1995. Yes – three letter domains were still available (and cheap!) in 1995. Brian loves to lead teams through impossible challenges. The tougher the challenge, the more motivated he is. He finds it most rewarding to see the incredible teams he leads stretch and achieve more than they thought was attainable. The incredible, growing, and improving team at CodeScience is the ultimate measure of Brian’s contribution and one he is most proud of. In the brief hours away from his keyboard, he is most definitely playing with his two sons, Finn and Pax, and beautiful wife Molly. He loves to unwind from work and family by cooking up a storm in the kitchen. As of late, his cooking has been back to basics, with menus featuring the bountiful produce of his home in Marin County.
We are celebrating this week. CodeScience is honored to be recognized as the #1 professional services (PS) company in the 2016 Best of the Best Award by Service Performance Insight (SPI).
We love to play as hard as we work. We also like to externalize it in creative, fun ways. As many people know, our out of office messages can be quite hilarious - we actively encourage it! Over the holidays, though, we move beyond actively encouraging it to having a full company competition.
If Salesforce is the platform, then Slack is the glue to keep our distributed company and clients close and encourage our corporate values.