Brad Fitzpatrick is an engineer at Google. Prior to that, he was the chief software architect at Six Apart, CEO and founder of Danga Interactive, and founder of LiveJournal.
Fitzpatrick attended Aloha High School. He obtained a BS in Computer Science from University of Washington in 2002.
Brad Fitzpatrick was born on February 5, 1980, and he currently lives in California, United States.
BS, Computer Science2002
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