I’m Chris Breuer. I live in Silicon Beach where I design the future.

Ever since I was young, I’ve loved to explore, learn, and create, especially while using tech. When I was 12-years-old, I wrote my first SaaS app, and to my surprise, it turned out quite successful and brought in several hundreds of dollars monthly via Google AdSense.

The only thing I loved more than computers as a kid was sports and the outdoors. Almost 20 years later, not much has changed and going on hikes with my dogs and playing soccer are still some of the few things that peel me away from my desk.

I spent the last 10+ years working on personal & private projects, ranging from small apps to large enterprise services—which caused my obsession with building scalable & serverless systems. In fact, I dove deep into “data storage & transfer” and ”distributed & decentralized compute“ techniques these past years. And this was the reason I started working on Stacks.

Today, I’m the founder of Open Web & the Stacks framework. It’s exciting to work on the future of web technologies and application development, and I can’t wait to share our upcoming v1.0 release. Until then, follow along our journey on GitHub & Twitter to get the latest and greatest real-time updates.