My name is Eric Newbury and I am a software engineer from Vermont--where there are more cows than people--currently living in DC.  I have a degree in Computer Science and experience building green-field applications and maintaining large legacy codebases. I’m happiest when working on a small team of trusted developers solving problems with emerging technologies such as Elixir Phoenix and Kubernetes.  I got started in computer science because I was irritated by my university's course registration process, so I learned enough coding to automate the process, switched my major to CS, and I've been solving digital problems ever since.

Work Experience


Full Measure Education- Software Engineer
Nov 2017 - Sept 2019
Developed platform 2.0 using React Native, Ionic, Elixir Phoenix, Ruby on Rails and Golang, running microservices in Kubernetes while maintaining and developing the legacy codebase. Promoted an appreciation for functional programming style for better productivity and code quality.

dealerLogo.jpg - Java Programmer
June - Aug 2015 & June 2016 - July 2017
Worked on small AGILE backend team in the advertising department, integrating our business entities with provider APIs such as google and msn, and generating and transmitting reporting data for analytics.

My AGILE Scrum team, escaping the room


New Breed Marketing - Designer & Javascript Developer
May 2014 - Jan 2015
Developed Standalone CodeIgniter Php application, Devloped Javascript for interactivity features, and graphic design of websites in Photoshop, Website Layout and Styling in CSS.


University of Vermont
Computer Science - 3.86
Graduated with Honors, majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Digital Art.



With a little time and experimentation, I am comfortable picking up just about any new technology, but here are some common ones that I have spent significant time working with

  • Java, Ruby, Elixir, PHP, Go

  • MySQL, Postgres

  • Stencil, Angular

  • Ionic, React Native

  • Amazon Web Services

  • RabbitMQ & Kafka

  • Linux

  • Kubernetes

  • Docker