Ryan Van Fleet
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Ryan is a senior software engineer with more than fifteen years of experience in architecting and building out high performance enterprise applications. He specializes in Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) solutions, from data acquisition to dissemination, and has helped multiple clients implement best practices. He draws from his experience as a developer and COTS integration engineer while working in big pharma – drug discovery, digital archiving and preservation – and music royalty domains. He is a self-taught engineer with the ability to be highly adaptable to an organization’s needs and requirements.
In addition to his technical work, Ryan has spent time teaching and sharing productivity and performance methodologies, and is an avid self-improver. Ryan holds a BS in Physics from the University of Maryland and a degree in Music Business from Berklee School of Music.
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