Dary is the Chief Technology Officer and lead developer at Gunner Technology where he oversees the engineering and development teams.
After graduating from Wesleyan University with a degree in Music and Computer Science, Dary built several websites for non-profit organizations in Washington, DC.
He later joined the team at Searchles.com, a social search engine, as the lead developer where he overhauled the existing application and set up a disaster recovery architecture at an offsite location.
Dary spent the next four years working for ESPN.com’s new community group, which was focused on various social-related products for sports.
He built ESPN’s widget center to manage its suite of flash widgets and helped develop a set of APIs for ESPN’s sports data to power the widgets.
He led the development of two Facebook games, ESPN’s first foray into native applications on the social network.
In addition, Dary led the development of Fan Profiles, ESPN’s social network for sports, one of the largest software projects ever at ESPN and the first ever at the company to be built using open-source technologies hosted in the cloud.
After leaving ESPN, Dary joined Gunner Technology as CTO and has overseen the development teams on all of Gunner’s major projects.
Dary’s vast experience with hardware and software programing and drive for innovation helps him succeed in finding the best solution for Gunner Technology’s numerous clients.