Bryan is currently a Computer Science Master's student at West Virginia University. He graduated with his BS in Computer Science from Bluefield State College in spring of 2008.
He, along with a team of other students at Bluefield State College competed in The Intelligent Ground Vehicle competition in the summer of 2008. They took first place in the Autonomous Challenge and 4th overall.
In the Fall of 2009, he, his advisor, and his classmates submitted a paper to ASE'09 detailing a software process development model. It will be featured as a short paper in November's conference. He is currently developing a Decision Tree based clusterer called Ripple Down Rules.
Bryan plans on going on to the PhD program upon completing his Masters degree. Once all is said and done, maybe he will finally have the time to develop a hobby.