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I am occasionally 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

  • G Suite and Google cloud consultancy for a Big Four firm in London: apps script, general development and consultancy.
  • 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, architecture review and documentation, web and API development, formulation of development standards and sundry consultancy.
  • Lots of design, code, documentation and HTML for LDC Via, using node.js, Java, Express, Pug, bacbone and other technologies.
  • 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.

All services are provided through LDC Via Ltd..


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.