Barry Schulz, Web Developer.
Barry sharpened his skills through late-night hacking sessions with co-owner Chris Lahey at UF. His experience working on the development of large software applications helps us provide our clients with solutions that are built to grow.
Barry Schulz is a power player of web development and architecture. Barry yields expert knowledge in dynamic programming tools and languages, working on many of our innovative development projects. His passion lies in making appropriate use of the latest tools and technologies to deliver a great product and developing reusable components in order to focus on project specifics vs. boiler plate coding.
Barry’s extensive experience allows him to communicate ideas, issues or resolutions surrounding a project with ease and clarity. He is just another strong link at Station Four connecting our clients to the best possible solution for their business. When not playing puppet master on the web, Barry enjoys a riveting game of basketball and preparing a delicious spread for himself and friends.
Four Quick Questions
What are a few of your favorite development tools?
How do you ensure you stay current?
I stay as current as possible through endless blog readings, conference videos, and training videos. There is always something new to learn, and I’m always on the hunt to find it.
What is your earliest memory of computers?
My dad was an IBMer. He got the first IBM PC in 1981. I distinctly remember hanging out in the office watching him mess with it. I got my own PC in 1990, a Tandy 1000.
What basketball teams and players do you follow?
I would have to say my favorite professional teams would be any team Steve Nash or LeBron James plays for. Chris Paul is cool too.
Four Quick Facts About Barry
Barry built his first
website in 1995.
Learning and struggling to make cocktails in bulk.
Barry can do some sweet tricks on his bike...ladies.
Orders shoes online...
returns most of them.