Bestgate Engineering is committed to bringing the best, brightest, and most passionate software and systems engineers to solve our customers' most difficult and challenging technical problems.
Bestgate Engineering will strive to inspire and motivate its employees to be great engineers, great colleagues, and great people. Through such characteristics, our team will be recognized as a talented, reliable partner in the eyes of our clients and teammates.
Our employees come first. Excited, empowered, and motivated technologists are our most critical asset. Our business is built around the success of our team, and we will do what is in its best interests, to ensure we position our people to succeed.
We know our strengths, competencies, and limitations. With that, we will always deliver exactly what we promise. This integrity will develop meaningful business relationships, attract great employees, and create satisfied customers.
Software and engineering are our lifeblood. We realize the need to have deep roots in theoretical computer science and engineering, and to also maintain fluency in current and future industry trends. We are always learning, and always improving.
Our company leads by example. Literally.
Bestgate's leadership team is composed of experienced, practicing engineers, bringing over 40 years of software and systems engineering and project management to the company. From leading project teams, running task orders and communities of practice, to corporate administration, we have the technical, programmatic, and business expertise to meet the needs of our customers and partners at every level.
Keith is a software engineer with experience developing enterprise PKI & key management services, system modernization, and SoA. He has held positions as a developer, software architect, and task lead. Keith holds a BS from Towson University, an MS in Information Systems from UMBC, and a Professional Certificate in Computer Security from Stanford University. He is a CISSP, ScrumMaster, and holds certifications in Java and cloud technologies.
Chris is a software engineer with experience developing low-level protocol processing and transactional systems, Wi-Fi geolocation algorithms, and distributed systems. He has acted in software development and leadership roles, from staff engineer to software engineering lead, for ACAT-1 programs. He holds a BS in Computer Science from UMBC, an MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University, and is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science, with a focus on wireless technologies, at UMBC.