I'm a software engineer from London, and I never stop learning.
For the last 6 months I have worked for Hitachi as an Umbraco Consultant, working on the Value Retail PLC client account.
Value Retail is a real estate business that own several luxury shopping villages around Europe. My role was to work with the website development team in London and build a brand-new offshore team that would take over from them at the end of the year.
Notably one of the tasks that had to be carried out during this contract was a detailed Umbraco Upgrade plan, allowing Value Retail to be able to take advantage of the very latest version.
14 years’ experience working with C#/SOLID. I love MVC, doing quite a lot of Umbraco these days, however I am not exclusively an Umbraco Developer.
Inspired by one man.
This is a true story..
I know it may sound like a cliche, but as far back as I can remember, I always loved computers. I was fascinated.
How did they work? What could you make them do? How could you make one?
When I was 14, during the summer holidays I took part in the Tower Hamlets Summer University programme. I enrolled on a short course called ‘Surf's Up’. One of my teachers was impressed by my enthusiasm, he started to give me extra lessons outside of the course. - The rest is history.
He really inspired me, we are still good friends today.