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I am available for work. If you have something in the pipeline and would like to talk further, please get in touch.

A smattering of assignments, both current and recent

  • Migrating an IBM Quickr-based system to LDC Via with a new bespoke web application to front it, using Java, node.js, Express, Jade (Pug) and more.
  • Java tools to migrate content from IBM Connections to Microsoft SharePoint, and then from SharePoint to a bespoke database-driven system, consuming Atom feeds, REST APIs and employing OAuth.
  • Technical Design Authority for a Big Four firm in London: application architecture, Google apps script and API coding, design reviews, formulation of development standards and sundry consultancy.
  • Lots of design, code, documentation and HTML for LDC Via, using node.js, Java, Express, Jade, MongoDb and backbone.js
  • Technical web application review for large components supplier in the USA: code review, website testing and report-writing with recommendations.
  • Re-development of an investment bank’s deal pipeline system in C# (.NET MVC, Entity Framework, SQL Server, with an AngularJS and HTML5 front-end).
  • Java development integrating a large web application with Microsoft Office using the open-source docx4j library.
  • Nine-month contract working as tech lead on a mobile-oriented re-development of the BBC Radio web site (advanced mobile web and PHP).
  • As part of a team, delivered SocialBizUG, a heavily-customised instance of IBM Connections, with bespoke home page and registration components, for Wellesley Information Services and IBM.
  • Touch-friendly showcase website for Biles Hendry a boutique design agency.

You can read more about my work experience, skills and background in my LinkedIn profile if you’re so inclined.

All services are provided through LDC Via Ltd..

About

I’m a software architect / developer / general IT wrangler specialising in web, mobile web and middleware using things like node.js, Java, C#, PHP, HTML5 and more.

Best described as a simpleton, but kindly. You can read more here.

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