Sean G. Wright
Sean G. Wright

Sean G. Wright

Akron, Ohio

I am a lifetime apprentice with the desire to be a master craftsman.

Professionally I fill the role of software engineer as a student, educator, mentor, leader, team member.


Developer Lead / Application Architect / Cloud Ops Lead

May 2013 - Present

Leading the development team in new technology use, implementing best practices, daily training and education.

Architecting and developing web sites / applications built using Angular, AngularJs, Vuejs, Kentico EMS and ASP.NET Web API/MVC.

Consulting for clients needing techincal leadership and assistance for in-house development teams.

Managing and architecting Azure cloud operations / hosting services including DNS, development / production environments, deployments, CI/CD, performance monitoring, and provisioning.

Founding Partner / IT Director / Developer

December 2012 - Present

Web developer (CSS, Javascript, PHP, Mariadb, Wordpress, Docker) for B2B online publication catering to the Craft Beer Industry.

Managing web development, social media, videography, client advertising campaigns, e-newsletter, web hosting, DNS.

Web Developer / IT Operations Manager

September 2011 - May 2013
J.B. Dollar Stretcher Magazine

Developing propriertary web applications for ERP, service/product contracts, and CRM using ASP, ASP.NET, MS SQL Server, and MS Access Db.

Maintaining and configuring all physical and digital computing resources, including work stations, networking, file servers, web servers, backup managment, and inventory.


Kent State University

Bachelor of Science
Computer Science

Kent State University

Bachelor of Arts


Things I Use



Software Development

  • ASP.NET Core
  • Azure Functions
  • Progressive Web Apps
  • Vue.Js (Nuxt.Js)
  • F#
  • Azure Cosmos DB
  • Angular architecture
  • Unit Testing
  • Dependency Injection
  • Domain Driven Design
  • AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming)
  • Functional Programming
  • Continuous Integration


This is an Angular 9 application that demos how to use Akita for state management.

It also uses MirageJs as an in-browser API server.

The minimal (but important) architecture separates the Commands from the Queries. Changes to state (Commands) are performed through the Movie Serivce while the stream of state change events is accessed through the Movie Query .

Two different components show how state can be rendered as individual event streams or as one stream of complex events .