Ryan Scott Brown

I build cloud-based systems for startups and enterprises. My background in operations gives me a unique focus on writing observable, reliable software and automating maintenance work.

I love learning and teaching about Amazon Web Services, automation tools such as Ansible, and the serverless ecosystem. I most often write code in Python, TypeScript, and Rust.

B.S. Applied Networking and Systems Administration, minor in Software Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.

    SpaceHub Follow-Up

    Today is the day. It’s the deadline for Space Apps Challenge project submissions, and SpaceHub has a video submitted. Some of our wonderful colleagues at the FOSSBox helped us build a logo.


    Our project is a way to bring together disparate codebases on Github. The challenge in question was to take all the different projects NASA has scattered across BitBucket, private Mercurial repos, SVN repos, and shudder tarballs and centralize them on Github.

    This brings the efforts of NASA into the public eye on Github, as well as making them more discoverable for people who may be looking for a solution to a problem NASA has solved.

    Design by Sam Lucidi (samlucidi.com)