Ryan Shripat, Software Developer.


A passionate software developer with over 20 years of experience, I co-founded Mindbase Consulting Ltd, a Software Development and Consulting firm based in Trinidad and Tobago in 2006. I am also a Developer Lead at Teleios Systems Ltd. Recently, I've concluded an 18 month term as elected Secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society and remain an Admin Member of the group. I was once mentioned in a Tweet that Troy Hunt Liked!!

LinkedIn Profile

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English is my native language, but I'm also '48% fluent' in Spanish, according to Duolingo. Here's my profile. Feel free to add me as a friend on Duolingo for some friendly competition!

My Resume

Here's a link to my full Resume. Please feel free to contact me at ryannot there@shripat.com or check my resume for a contact number. My StackOverflow Careers 2.0 Profile is over here: https://careers.stackoverflow.com/ryanshripat

On the Web

Presentation before the Joint Select Committee on the Cybercrime Bill In 2017, the public was asked to submit comments on the Cybercrime Bill by the Government. The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) submitted its comments and were subsequently asked to physically present them to the Committee, which included Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi and National Security Minister Edmund Dillon.

Local Media Coverage of our Presentation to the JSC CNC3's news item on the presentations to the JSC.

Teleios Code Jam: Behind The Code Interview for the Teleios Code Jam competition. YouTube Video link

Using Microsoft Azure for Testing and Quality Assurance Talking about QA and Azure at Teleios.

Article for TTCS on 'Spyware' on students' Government-issued laptops

Mention on technewstt.com for my map showing NP Service Stations accepting card payments on Google Maps

Race TimesMountain Bike and Trail Running. 5K result for good measure.

My Guide to Importing a Foreign-Used Vehicle into Trinidad and TobagoI admit no liability, take with a grain of salt.

Podcasts I listen to