About Me

Welcome! My name is Brian Teeter, as you may have already guessed.

I am a professional software developer, architect and technology executive currently based near Tampa, Florida where I work and enjoy life with my wife, son and 2 cats.

I have been writing software for more than 30 years, starting way back when I was a young kid on an Apple IIc in AppleSoft BASIC.  In the more than 30 years since I started, I’ve written code on all sorts of platforms, in all sorts of languages both for fun and profit.  Most recently I have primarily been writing code in JavaScript, Ruby, Swift, Objective-C, C# and a bit of Java.

I am currently working on a number of different projects both for clients and my own pursuits. I am always interested in new projects so feel free to contact me using the links on the site, or on LinkedIn if you have something you need built.

I currently have a bunch of applications available for free in the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod as well as apps in the Google Play store. Check them out if you have a chance. As of the time of this writing they are all free, although I cannot guarantee that won’t change in the future.

Outside of technology, I enjoy running, chess, and I love to watch, play and coach baseball.  I have been a volunteer coach for Countryside Little League‘s excellent Little League program in Clearwater, FL for many years.  My son Jack is a great young baseball player and currently entering his 3rd Varsity season as a 10th grader – he’s been a starter since 8th grade.  He’s a big left handed pitcher with great stuff and great hitting power.

I still get on the field and play ball myself.  I play real 9 inning, wood bat baseball with the Central Florida Amateur Baseball League.  I’ve also played in the Clearwater Mens League and I played for years in the Maui Adult Baseball League when we lived on Maui.  While on Maui I was able to play and pitch against the local pro team the Na Koa Ikaika – a team in the Golden Baseball League that had teams in Hawaii, Canada and the west coast of the US.

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