Hi! My name is Jason Brazeal, and I’m a developer based in Portland, Oregon. I write efficient, maintainable code and emphasize the importance of well-designed systems with modern, user-friendly interfaces.

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I have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of technologies from the entire web development stack. I have production experience with Python/Django, LAMP, and Ruby/Rails, both web application development and DevOps experience. Check out linked in or get in touch for more info on my work background. Most of my time these days is spent writing code for Verodin, a startup that is making big waves in the cybersecurity industry. I normally have a few personal projects going on too, and they almost always involve coding something. For any project I do, I believe a good design is an essential component. For both systems and interfaces, I like a simple design that feels modern and clearly conveys the purpose of each of its components. You can find examples of my code and design by exploring the links on the left. If you have a project or idea you’d like to collaborate on, feel free to contact me.

current toolbox

  • python
  • ruby
  • rails
  • bash
  • git
  • vmware
  • fabric
  • selenium
  • javascript


  • Django/JS Tic-Tac-Toe

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    A small web application I made for a job interview. Works on mobile too.

  • TemplateRunner for Django

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    TemplateRunner is a Python class I wrote because I wanted to use Django templates without using the whole framework. See this blog post.

  • jasonbrazeal.com

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    This website is all my work :)


I started my blog in early 2014. I mostly write about tech stuff, software / web development, programming languages, and developer tips and tools. Check out my latest posts...


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If you have a project or idea you’d like to collaborate on, I’d love to discuss it. Get in touch with me using the form below or find me on social media (scroll down for links).

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