About

Web Development

I am currently the lead developer for the Open Textbook Project. My work focuses on open source software using PHP (LAMP) which supports post-secondary institutions in British Columbia. I freelance as well.

I contribute frequently to projects on Github. I gravitate towards exploiting API’s and I have a penchant for design patterns. I’ve been working in design and development since 2005.

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Twitter

Today I will speak against #C51. This Bill will not protect us from Terrorism but it certainly will divide our communities .#SenCA Retweeted by Brad Payne

"Supporters publicly abandoning Liberal Party over Trudeau’s support for Bill C-51" thinkpol.ca/2015/05/09/sup… #canpol Retweeted by Brad Payne

Our @Steve_Media 's take on @MPLaurieHawn 's remarks about our open letter against Bill C-51 signed by 140 businesses ow.ly/MEOpM Retweeted by Brad Payne

The decision is here pdfserver.amlaw.com/nlj/NSA_ca2_20… - it's a clear and categorical decree that NSA program has no legal authority. Retweeted by Brad Payne

Proud to rise on behalf of Victoria tonight and vote against #C51 at Report Stage. #cdnpoli #yyj Retweeted by Brad Payne

Notes from a four hour crypto discussion between Snowden and a group of cryptographers from industry and academia: lightbluetouchpaper.org/2015/05/02/mee… Retweeted by Brad Payne

I see that University of Guelph's trademark for OpenEd is proceeding: cipo.ic.gc.ca/app/opic-cipo/… It must feel good to be making a difference. Retweeted by Brad Payne

Anti C-51 letter coordinated by @OpenMedia_ca signed by 60 tech / biz leaders, including me buff.ly/1E66eDq Retweeted by Brad Payne

via @canadacjfe: #C51 Would Jeopardize the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms cjfe.org/blog/bill-c-51… #StopC51 #Cdnpoli #Cdnlaw Retweeted by Brad Payne

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