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Bryan Hackett is an Online Media Professional based in Denver, Colorado. He is currently an Interactive Producer for Denver Newspaper Agency, publisher of the Denver Post. Hackett was an award winning member of the BearingPoint Aerospace & Defense Business Intelligence practice prior to joining the agency. He was responsible for project and financial management of a yearly project portfolio that exceeded $3M in revenue.Hackett's experience spans traditional software development management techniques such as Project Management Professional(PMP) methodologies to newer Agile Web Development practices. 

Education and Certifications


  • Associate Certificate in Project Management, The George Washington University 2004
  • Bachelor of Science in Economics(3.7 Major GPA), Loyola Marymount University 2002

Training and Certifications

  • Project Management Institute(PMI) Project Management Professional(PMP) Spring 2009- anticipated
  • Google Analytics Individual Qualification Certification March 2009
  • 'Art of the Start' Technology Startup Conference April 2005
  • ESI PMP® Exam Preparation- March 2005
  • ESI Project Management Applications- January 2005
  • ESI Contracting for Project Managers- November 2004
  • ESI Managing Projects- September 2004 
  • ESI Quality for Project Managers- June 2004
  • CompTIA I-Net+ Certification 2000

Technical skills


  • Linux server administration
  • Apache web server configuration
  • mySQL server adminstration
  • Ruby on Rails application administration(installation, configuration,maintenance)


  • Dynamic Website templating languages(Liquid, Radius, ASP)
  • Design(Cascading Style Sheets, XHTML)
  • Layout (Photoshop page mockups)
  • Information Architecture(Semantic Markup, Amaya) 


  • Google Analytics
  • Google Webmaster tools
  • Omniture

Project Management

  • Microsoft Project
  • Basecamp/Backpack

Professional Memberships

TED Community Profile-

Information Architecture Institute(IAI) 



Quick learner


Goal oriented

Creative problem solver

Deadline driven


"Despite all the rumors surrounding the two Denver dailies, it appears they’re continuing to refine their technological chops as the world shifts beyond printed papers to heavy online offerings. We never used the previous version of the Denver Post/Rocky Mountain News website, but the newly launched version seems simple enough to navigate if you’re in the market for a home. Yes, they chose function over form in this site, but sometimes that’s okay."