Portrait of Brandon

Hi, I'm Brandon.

I'm a software developer working for
Hewlett Packard Enterprise.


I'm Brandon Harrison. I was born in Dallas, Texas, went to school in Austin, and I now live a slightly more vertical life in Fort Collins, Colorado. I work for Hewlett Packard Enterprise as a DevOps Infrastructure Automation Engineer. I spend a lot of time tinkering around with my Linux machines and automating anything that takes longer than 30 seconds. In my freetime I backpack, woodwork, homebrew, rock climb, and ski whenever the mountains are a little frosty.


The University of Texas at Austin — B.S. in Computer Science — 3.3 GPA
August 2015 — May 2019


Hewlett Packard Enterprise — DevOps Infrastructure Automation Engineer
August 2019 — Present
  • Employing infrastructure automation tools like Vagrant, Docker, Morpheus, and various AWS services to automate the development and deployment of various customer applications.
  • Working with clients to promote DevOps and CI/CD practices.
E & J Gallo Winery — Programmer Analyst Intern
June 2019 — January 2019
  • Worked with the largest winery in the world to automate the creation and deployment of new brand-websites.
  • Automated the creation of resources in more than a dozen AWS services for ecommerce applications using a combination of Python scripting, Docker, and AWS CloudFormation Templates.
  • Finished the original scope of the project in half the time of the internship, and continued extended features and goals.
RigUp — Software Engineering Intern
October 2017 — Decemeber 2017
  • Created new components, frontend and backend, for a large web-application in a continuous integration environment.
  • Implemented and tested administration tools for use by the development team to increase productivity.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise — Software Engineering Intern
May 2017 — August 2017
  • Developed an internal web application from scratch which provided a centralized website to manage product information.
  • Completed required tasks nearly a month before deadline and continued adding stretch goals.
  • The application was highlighted at the VP level as a success.


Studious — An organizational tool
  • Sole developer for Java software to automatically identify and set reminders for homework assignments in UT classes.
  • Collected information by web-scraping university websites and integrating with Google’s Calendar API.


Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity — Risk Management Chairman
  • Lead a team to plan and manage the risk of dozens of events including a multi-day event with over a thousand attendees.