About

Jason Rudolph (Photo by Neil Boyd) Jason Rudolph creates software. He enjoys writing and speaking about what he learns along the way.

Today, Jason is a developer at GitHub, where he has the joy of working on the GitHub API. In the past, he has designed and built applications for a wide array of industries, helping organizations of all sizes, from fledgling startups to Dow 30 companies and government institutions. Along the way, he’s been a programmer, a development manager, an agile coach, a trainer, and a consultant.

Jason is the author of the book, Getting Started with Grails, and the essay series, How to Fail with 100% Code Coverage. When he published a few ideas to help developers level up, the advice spent the day as the top post on Hacker News.

Jason holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Virginia. As an alumnus of Relevance, he currently lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife, Michelle.