Currently, I am exploring cross platform web/mobile development using frameworks like React Native, and Electron. Although I already have my sights set on my next target: Machine Learning. Follow my GitHub to see more.
My true love is traveling. Nothing makes me happier than making friends and memories all over the world. Sadly, traveling all the time isn't always feasible, so I spend a lot of my spare time making and playing music.
(For a complete listing, see my GitHub page)
My most recent project is building a Microeconomics Market Simulator (MEMS). Inspired by an activity used in ECON classes at BYU-Idaho, this simulator will allow students to play the role of buyers and sellers while simulating a micromarket situation. This will be a great tool to teach how economic theory can predict market outcomes.
JustRead is an Android app I created for one of my computer science courses at BYU-Idaho. Its primary function is to help users create a daily scripture reading schedule. It helps the user track their progress, and gives them daily reminders to read. Although the class is finished, I am still maintaining and updating the code.
In the Summer of 2014, hundreds of PC games lost their online capabilities due to GameSpy shutting down their servers. As a longtime Battlefield player, I teamed up with several of my friends to recreate an account and game master server to keep the game alive. Eventually, our work was handed over to a new team and re-branded as ReviveBF2142.
Please see my Resume for more details
My current position, I work with a team on web development projects for Brigham Young University-Idaho. We receive project requests from a variety of sources, each with very different needs. This has helped make me very adaptable with my web development skills. I have been exposed a variety of languages and frameworks, and has taught me valuable team building skills. Additionally, I have had the opportunity to teach these skills to others on my team.
A1 Diabetes and Medical Supply
I helped the company migrate to a new CRM platform, Salesforce.com. As head administrator, my responsibilities included creating and maintaining database workflow and triggers, building reports, and monitoring data integrity. This job taught me to think quickly on my feet and to work with a team. Our entire team was new to the platform, which required effective collaboration between team members to solve problems quickly and effectively.
Lake Diabetes and Medical Supply
Managing the shipping department of a small but rapidly growing medical supply company presented several unique challenges. We tripled the amount of produced output in the space of two months. This required intense analysis of our workflow, and critical thinking to eliminate waste, and improve our output capacity.
Hi, my name is Bryan Müller, and I love making things that are awesome. I am a dual citizen of Belgium and the United States, and I have had the opportunity to travel to many parts of the world. Realizing just how much cool stuff is out there to discover has helped fuel my desire to make clean, elegant, and useful applications.
I have loved computers and programming from a young age. My father, an electrical engineer, taught me to program in BASIC when I was around 10 years old. The initial curiosity stuck, and I've been programming ever since. Currently, I am completing my undergraduate degree in Computer Science at BYU-Idaho in Rexburg, ID.
Computers aren't my only passion. I have been a musician since my early childhood, and music is as much a part of me as my left hand. When I'm not programming, you can normally find me behind a piano working on a classical piece, or in front of a midi keyboard and laptop working on my latest track or remix.