I am the snarky science, technology, and environment-minded internet persona of F. Kyle Wright. I think of myself as a solutions architect who strives to connect users with technology and toolsets in simplified, meaningful, and more productive ways. I am an early adopter of enterprise technologies that drive cross-platform integration and collaboration. I foster agile-minded strategies to bridge corporate silos and bureaucratic obstacles.
Some of my recent highlights include web-based development of business process management (BPM) tools, workflow solutions, data warehousing, large-scale migrations, software management, and cross-functional resource management.
My other technical interests include systems engineering, networking, security, mobile/wireless, green technology, and systems management.
I provide applications development and maintenance support for full-stack business process management (BPM) solutions, IT infrastructure technologies, process automation and workflows, and integration of third-party systems. I also serve as a development mentor and have previously managed a team of off-shore contractors.
My current development projects use:
My other responsibilities include the coordination and management of migration projects for Windows desktop and server platforms, virtual infrastructure (VMware, VDI), and software distribution platforms (SCCM, JAMF).
Outside of the office, you will likely find me exploring the Pacific Northwest on foot, discovering new low-FODMAP recipes, making a mess of my kitchen (replicating those aforementioned recipes), enjoying new music, and otherwise keeping my geekdom credentials up-to-date.
I relocated to the Pacific Northwest in 2014 from Louisville, KY, where I completed my graduate degree in computer engineering at the University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering. In the subsequent years, I have focused on growing new roots in the greater Seattle area. I occasionally write about my hiking / travel adventures at shoulderseason.net.