At IBM Rational, Brian Bryson is a member of the quality management team that plans and delivers IBM Rational’s software quality toolset. Prior to joining the IBM Rational group in 1995, Brian spent several years in Quality Assurance. Holding various positions from Tester to QA Manager, Brian studied and developed the best practices required to implement effective quality automation. A certified management accountant and former instructor at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, Brian has delivered IBM Rational’s message of software quality throughout the lifecycle to both students and quality professionals.
At home I am: Brian Bryson, Dad
At home, I’m a the father of a 6 year old girl and a 4 year old boy. I like to play piano, guitar and wii. My wii may or may not be modded, which may or may not be legal, but technically speaking, is fascinating. I’m into home renos, and bit torrent and I try to get to the gym every day. Except weekends, which are for drinking beer. I like sushi and pizza, am exceptionally cheap, and sing in the car when driving solo. My feet are always cold. I’m pretty sarchastic, but in a nice way. Sort of. I think e-mail sigs are kinda weird, but if I had one it would read “Try everything twice”. Now you know the Rational Tester.
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