I’m an application team lead overseeing a large Svelte and SvelteKit codebase. My role revolves around leading a team of talented developers and ensuring best practices in the development lifecycle. Prior to this, I was a developer advocate, partnering with companies to create content that educates users and streamline their journey.
I create content written in the blog here and educational videos supporting the written content.
I’m a second career dev that re-skilled from a VBA analyst developer role into web development.
For almost 3 years now I have been working in Svelte and SvelteKit, holding workshops and organising events with the other organisers of the Svelte Society London group.
Check out the speaking section for more details about those!
I have a wealth of knowledge working in the Jamstack, with extensive experience (over 5 years) working with it mainly using Gatsby (the React meta-framework). My active usage of the Jamstack stopped almost 3 years ago now.
Check out the portfolio section for more information.
I have over ten years of experience working for large corporate organisations in Finance (Risk, Asset Management), Property, Oil & Gas and the Lloyd’s insurance market.
As a web developer I’ve worked in government digital transformation, creative digital and the content management space. I now work in outsourcing helping build remote teams.
I like to think of myself as an easy to approach and friendly person.
I’m obsessed with watching anything to do with mechanical engineering and restorations on YouTube.
I play Borderlands 1 and 2 on the Nintendo Switch along with the other big titles on it, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom and now Mario Wonder.
I’m a massive Drum and Bass fan. I have a Spotify playlist I like to listen to for coding with the title for which I stole from Phil Hawksworth:
Other playlists I’d recommend would be the UKF Drum and Bass Top 100:
I listen to many podcasts, here are some that I get a lot of value from that aren’t all code related:
Stories of cyber threats/breaches that happened on the internet, these are stories from the past not covering current tech security. Super interesting to listen to.
Random But Memorable
From the makers of 1Password for security advice and a round-up of the latest security news.
Land of the Giants
Stories about big tech and how it’s changing the world.