Software Dev/Evangelist kind of person
Working on: Wordpress Azure Integration
I stream things from DevOps to Assembly, learning the basics of a new language to building projects to soapbox'ing about recent tech news.
I've found streaming on LiveEdu.tv to be a great tool when doing anything development related. There's always, either, someone much smarter than you willing to help you when you're stuck, or people fascinated at what you're doing and are taking in every word you're saying. It's a fantastic community that I'm very proud to be a part of.
- Visual Studio
- Web Development
CTO | StageClip
August 2017 - Present
I joined StageClip at a critical stage of development. The concept, demand and funding have been realised. As CTO, I am charged with the creation of the product and technical systems the company requires to handle the huge growth it will quickly see.
Software Developer | Ve Interactive
July 2013 - July 2017
My job is different from one week to the next. When I joined my company, I spent a year in Tech Support before joining Development. I spent a week actually coding before getting caught up in Scrum Master'ing, Team Leading, general management stuff. I'm now a very good talker, come Software Dev. I negotiate with developers for what business wants. If that fails, I usually end up getting together a team and doing it myself. I've build up a lot of teams.
These days, I'm travelling around to the different development centres we have around the world to sort out high impact development issues, migrations, and general mentoring.
Technical Manager | Visions Unlimited
April 2011 - July 2013
A video production company that mainly dealt with University Graduations and Army Parades. I started off doing some freelance camera work. Later I became one of the full time video editors, then a director, and finally as Technical Manager. I travelled a lot in this job, from event to event, year round.
Owner | That Tech Guy
January 2007 - April 2011
My own domestic computer support company. I went around my town setting up computers, running antivirus, and generally being competent with computers.
I was home educated. I mainly played Half-Life. From that, I started building game maps, scripting, and eventually building my own games. From there, I got employed as Tech Support/Dev at Self Educated
(Native or bilingual proficiency)