This site is both a platform to highlight my current pet projects, a few random technical articles, some general thoughts on the world of tech and my musings on collaboration, community building, breaking stereotypes and inclusion. Not necessarily in that order.

These are the views of a normal person in the tech world, who has been around for a while and has kept the passion and curiosity alive.

A bit about myself

Let me get this out of the way: I have been in IT all my professional live but my trajectory has been hap-hazard. I’ve worked in many different fields, from pure hardware to pure software and a few in between.

First, as a PC Maintenance teacher in London, followed by positions as a desktop support and network support engineer and, after moving to Scotland and starting a family, as a freelance web developer, working mainly with WordPress.

In January 2019, feeling ready for a new challenge, I joined the CodeClan full time Professional Software Development intensive course and, quite soon after finishing it, I stopped freelancing and joined my current employer as a full-stack software engineer.

Although I have less spare time since going back to full-time work, I am also a member of the WordPress Glasgow meetup organiser team and a volunteer at CodeYourFuture Scotland.

Please get in touch via any of the social media channels below if you want to chat about a collaboration or anything related to what’s covered in these pages.