Bryan Porter brings over 14 years of software development experience to SteadyRain’s Development Team. Bryan served as Software Plus’s Chief Software Architect for four (4) years. When Software Plus was acquired by SoftChoice, Bryan stayed with the company to help with the transition before joining Microsoft, where he helped the world’s largest customers implement deep and pervasive information management and collaboration solutions, as well as help design and build Microsoft’s SharePoint cloud platform.
“I’ve spent a great deal of time focused on the engineering of collaboration and content management systems as well as delivering services and solution at cloud-scale. Engineering is my absolute passion,” said Bryan Porter, Chief Technology Officer at SteadyRain (http://www.steadyrain.com/
A Microsoft Certified Master for both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010, Bryan is a world recognized leader in collaboration and web technologies, a member of the Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint Instructor Team and frequent public speaker on topics ranging from custom development to organizational optimization. Bryan is one of only 29 individuals in the country that hold this level of certification.
In the beginning of Q3 2012, SteadyRain is proud to celebrate the accomplishment of not only being named a Gold DotNetNuke Partner (http://www.steadyrain.com/
”We are extremely excited to be adding an MCM and one of Microsoft’s top consultants to the team at SteadyRain,”
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SteadyRain is a privately held digital agency based in St. Louis, MO, that works closely with each of its clients to create unique and profitable Internet strategies through consulting, strategic planning, website design and development, online marketing solutions, web application development, and mobile application development. SteadyRain has been helping businesses and organizations develop their online strategies, increase revenue, and decrease costs since 1999, having worked with clients such as Conoco Phillips, Great Rivers Greenway, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Missouri Division of Tourism, Nestlé Purina, Novus International, and Washington University in St. Louis. For more information about SteadyRain, please visit http://www.steadyrain.com.