Oakland, CA 94607

(510) 283-8734


Gregg Horton is a full stack web developer who has worked in the San Francisco tech industry since 2011 and has over a decade of experience hacking, building, and innovating computers and code. Gregg has built a solid background in full stack web development, devops, linux administration and database management. Gregg is passionate about integrating security operation practices in computer programing and desires to develop his career as a security expert in software development. He looks forward to partnering with businesses who value security as a central tenant in best business practices.


Software Engineer, Google Fiber

San Francisco, CA — January 2018 - Present

Full Stack Web Developer continuing development on Webpass software applications

Engineering Accomplishments

  • Integration with Google infrastructure
  • Improvement of Customer Billing and Signup Process
  • Physical address Validation using external APIs
  • Ownership of security bugs - including detection, static code analysis, dynamic testing and attack replication using Burp Suite, and pushing fixes to prod

Full Stack Web Developer, Webpass, a Google Fiber company

San Francisco, CA — May 2014 - January 2018

Full Stack Developer focusing on rails backend and javascript front-end. Responsible for public facing web-apps as well as an internal company apps

Engineering Accomplishments

  • Rebuilt Appointment Scheduling System
  • Built internal purchasing system in react.js
  • Maintained security-sensitive functionality like customer sign-up and billing
  • Developed algorithms for cost cutting measures in scheduling
  • Implemented security testing protocols into the software development process

Lead Developer, Mask Magazine

Remote — January 2014 - April 2014

In charge of building a full featured rails site for an online magazine subscription service

Engineering Accomplishments

  • Implemented Stripe Billing
  • Created access-control enforced content restriction for paid vs. free memberships

QA Engineer and DevOps, Autodesk Inc.

San Francisco, CA — August 2011 - October 2013

Responsible for the entire release process, server maintenance, and bug triage

Engineering Accomplishments

  • Sprint and Release planning on a weekly cycle
  • Increased bug reporting measures to pinpoint problems faster


Preventing Security Vulnerabilities in Rails

Fog City Ruby hosted at Venmo — October 2018

San Francisco, CA

Surveillance, Sousveillance, and Anti-Surveillance: Artistic Responses to Watching

Hope X — June 2014

New York, NY



Whisper Systems - Winter Break Of Code

Hawaii  — January 2015

Contributed to an Ember.js app for internal use.

Technical Consultant, Red Light Legal Collective

San Francisco, CA — March 2015 - Present


San Francisco State University

Art, Conceptual Information — 2012


Course Work

  • Sound Art
  • Electronics
  • Computer Science