Software Engineer, Consultant, Nonprofit Technologist
Brett Meyer is an open source software developer. He is currently the technical lead of Overlord S-RAMP, an open source repository that manages software artifacts and metadata, and a voting member on the OASIS S-RAMP Technical Committee. He is also one of the core developers and committers of Hibernate ORM. In addition, he contributes new features to Infinispan Data Grid, Apache Camel, and Overlord DTGov/RTGov.
Brett is also a nonprofit technologist and consultant, operating 3River Development, LLC (3riverdev.com). 3River Development provides tech strategy, consulting, and custom solutions for nonprofit organizations, both locally and nationally. He currently oversees the software/web development and technical operations for the NeigborLink Network, a group of over a dozen nonprofit organizations throughout the US.
Brett has a wide breadth of experience in the industry, including careers at Red Hat, Raytheon, and NBC Universal. He has an M.S. (Applied Computer Science) from Purdue University and a B.S. (Computer Science) from Valparaiso University. He also enjoys public speaking on technical topics at both local and national conferences.
In his free-time, Brett works as a freelance developer for both local customers and national corporations.