About Me

My name is Mike Buss. I discovered computers at an early age thanks to my father, who is also a software engineer. At thirteen, I started writing software that would eventually win a programming challenge at a local community college.

At seventeen, I landed my first professional job writing calibration software for fiber optic transceivers at Champion Optical Technology Services.

I graduated with a BS in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University in 2012. From there, I joined the Biomedical Engineering department at Cleveland Clinic. I was the first software engineer hired in the department.

Today, I'm writing software for Cleveland Clinic to help patients with Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis, and concussions.

I started a software consulting firm called Aeso in 2016. Through this company I've developed software for finding baseball fields, exploring the world of knitting, finding trendy fashion, and everything in between.

If you're interested in working together, please reach out through email.


Me. Hello!

Brandi, my wife and partner in crime.

The house we call home in Aurora, Ohio.

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