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Ryan Graham

Ryan is currently the Director of Research and Development at NorthStar Utilities responsible for operations, people, process, guiding product development, and coordinating with other business units.

Ryan has been interested in how people learn since a very young age. This intense drive to discover and internalize concepts has led Ryan to become extremely versatile in almost any situation. Ryan works to constantly re-evaluate and improve himself while modeling that behaviour for everyone around him.

His professional experience and expertise has earned him opportunities to lead large teams, consult for companies, play with cutting-edge technologies, and share his love of learning with all those around him.

Ryan has established himself as a reliable and conscientious friend and team member. He is happiest with his wife Katie raising their two sons Odin and Cyrus in his hometown of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Blog posts


  1. rgsite Public

    rg static site


  2. liars-dice Public

    Simple dice game built in node.js and angular with typescript and bootstrap

    TypeScript 1

  3. rg.teams Public

    repo for the rg.teams team management site


  4. Public

    This script will split a PDF in half, but only on a page that contains a string that indicates the start of a new segment.


  5. Flatten all videos from a folder structure to a specific folder


  6. an android game made in unity that involves a few bouncing balls squishing bugs

    C# 1

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October 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository

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