Bryn Miller ^^

Computer Person Expert Communicator Another Online Queer

A picture of me walking down on a sidewalk in a purple tank top. I have hair that fades from a deep sea blue to a forest green falling down the right side of my face, with my natural brown hair showing in a buzz cut on the left side. I wear blue glasses frames, a green septum piercing, and a silver stud nostril piercing with an emerald-colored gem on it. I am also wearing a grey IKEA backpack.
/* */
object Bryn extends Person {
    val name = "Bryn Miller";

    val pronouns = List(
        "they" :: "them" :: "their" :: "theirs" :: Nil,
         "she" ::  "her" ::  "her"  ::  "hers"  :: Nil

    var age = secretDB.getAge("Bryn");
    assert((20 to 29).includes(this.age));
    // I'm in my twenties; that's all you get.

    var location = CityState(
        city = "Pittsburgh",
        state = State.PA

    var interests = 
      "free open-source software" ::
      "queer liberation" ::
      "ethical non-monogamy and polyamory" ::
      "mental health advocacy" ::
      "indie/alternative music" :: Nil

I'm a femme-leaning non-biney girl thing based in Pittsburgh, PA. You'll typically find me with my partners and/or making stuff and things at HackPGH. My projects range from command line tools to websites to music to social commentary.

You can find my resume here. In addition, here's a list of stuff I've made:

In addition to my tech expertise, I also have significant insight into relationships, especially between queer and non-monogamous folks like myself! I love getting questions about this sort of thing and I'll happily provide advice to those who ask!

A self-portrait of me sitting at a booth, wearing a black crop top with a classic lumberjack-style flannel, a grey beanie, a rainbow pride necklace, and a bracelet with beads in the colors of the non-binary pride flag. The hair that's visible is a light brown, save for a streak in the front that's a slightly-faded teal.

A picture of me in a flannel, looking away from my electric drum kit and removing a pair of headphones.

/* © 2024 Bryn Miller */