Greg Byrne

Engineer of Software

"Breaking life's hurdles with peregrine speed and a manatee's grace"

Who I am

Greg

Hi there πŸ‘‹

I'm Greg, a humble software engineer who delights in creating software solutions that help people in their lives and hopefully 🀞🏻 make a difference in the world.

Over my career, I've dabbled in both front-end and back-end technologies, specialising with Java and JavaScript/JSX; ultimately with the goal of translating business ideas into usable and delightful software.

Other places I exist on the Interweb

Who I work with

CΓΊram Social Program Management

  • Staff Software Engineer working on a mission-critical enterprise scale software solution for human services
  • Delivering product-enabled software for demonstration bids with government entities
  • Building front-end web app components and logic allowing citizens to apply for benefits
  • Building back-end business logic implementing functionality to meet complicated legislature requirements
  • Making an impact in the lives of people globally πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ

Recent Blog Posts

Why You Need to Understand Software Requirements as a Software Engineer

In this article, you'll learn all about Software Requirements. You'll get an outline on the topic area, the process, and most importantly what your…

Using Import aliases in JavaScript

If you've come to JavaScript in recent years and are a user of the newer front-end frameworks or libraries like React, import and export will be…

Free-time Projects

Greg's Personal Site and Blog

Greg Byrne's personal website (codename "About Me") and blog. Designed as a landing page to inform the general masses about Greg Byrne as well as to publicly and transparently horde gained knowledge.

Baby Names Ireland (v2)

A web app to showcase popular usage of baby names in Ireland using data from the CSO. A rewrite of the previous popular First names in Ireland, designed to overcome some inherent shortcomings.

CoderDojo Scratch Tutorials

A collection of projects and tutorials used to teach in CoderDojo sessions