I've managed mixed teams with engineers, designers, UX, QA, ops, and more.
Attract leads, convert visitors, grow seat counts, upgrade feature tiers, improve churn.
I've architected sites with 200,000+ LOC, 4,000,000+ users, and $500,000,000+ ARR.
"Brandon is a prime example of a team player and thoughtful collaborator. I often hear, 'He helped me with that.' I appreciate the positive energy on the team. Thanks for being awesome!"
"Brandon has been an incredible manager who always supported me, provided a space to share what is on my mind, and has been a great mentor."
"Brandon really knows his stuff. When a problem arises he provides a range of options for how to resolve with pros and cons of each approach."
"Brandon's great at planning modular, reusable components for a self-service kit of parts."
"I know if Brandon works on this, the project is in good hands. I wish he could work on all of my projects."
My Favorite Quote
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
- Maya Angelou<
I frequently re-build my portfolio in order to learn new techniques. It currently uses Nuxt (Vue) hosted on Vercel. The Lighthouse score is 100 with no known accessibility errors. My preferred testing platform is Cypress.io.
I programmed websites before CSS existed and quickly learned & love vanilla CSS. I worked from scratch for over a decade, and am up to date with advanced modern CSS techniques. I have experience with frameworks like Tailwind, Bootstrap, Bulma, and others.
This is a good coding tip https://t.co/lmCLiNp1ku— BrandonMLyon (@brandon_m_lyon) August 31, 2021
What happens when a QA engineer is set up with a familiar joke?
Someone has to specify how a door works. It's not as obvious as you might think.
Here are some funny examples of what can happen when you write bug reports without enough details.