About Me

Brad is a software developer and project manager with seven years of experience consulting in medical software, e-commerce, event management and retail energy. He has experience maintaining and upgrading legacy applications, Brownfield development, and custom Greenfield solution delivery. He has served in various roles in the software development lifecycle, from requirements gathering and quality assurance to core developer and project management. He values a strong communication and working relationship between the business and product stakeholders and the development team to ensure quality and timely solution delivery. He recently completed a forty-six country backpack trip around the world that focused on photography, self-growth, and broadening perspectives.

Contact Details

Brad Twitty
Northwest, Portland, OR, 97209, USA


Texas A&M University

B.S. Degree in Computer Science (Business Minor) December 2009

Brad studied computer science at the Dwight Look College of Engineering under a curriculum championed by Bjarne Stroustrup, original designer and implementer of C++. Brad worked directly for the Computer Science and Engineering Department leading a peer teaching program designed to provide augmented instruction and coding assistance from approachable and knowledgeable peers, he also taught under this program. Brad earned a business minor from the Mays Business School and graduated with honors.


Pariveda Solutions

Manager Technology Consultant January 2010 - July 2016

While at Pariveda, Brad followed agile methodologies as a full-stack software developer, development lead, solutions engineer, and project manager. Consulting across industries he gained experience in a wide range of solutions technologies (e.g., C++ thick client, .NET, Oracle, front end), documenting and navigating existing solution landscapes, and serving in various roles within the software development lifecycle (e.g., business analyst, quality assurance lead). As a mentor for multiple junior consultants, he oversaw career development and review cycles.


Travel Blogger and Photographer July 2016 - October 2017

In mid-2016, Brad took a well-planned, intended, and temporary step away from technology consulting to embark on a round-the-world backpacking trip. As part of this journey, he worked part-time as a travel blogger and photographer.