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Head of Technology working on Learning Technology Open Source Platforms such as Moodle and other fun projects. Spend most time listening to Spotify with awkwardly juggling Coffee & Vape in one hand and a keyboard in the other. I graduated University of Gloucestershire with a degree in Multimedia Web Design. Until recently a company director of Metrohub (mh) LTD until it was bought. Working for the Charity Learning Consortium offering e-learning to the third sector.
Go Vape is a wonderful place which is more of a community than a shop, ran by two really awesome people - Tracy and Jason.So awesome infact I offered to build them a site, ended up being their resident 'tech guy' Check them out.
I spend a lot of time working with Moodle. Find me on the forums, in the tracker or on Github. Having built several plugins for Moodle including a hierarchy tool and having submitted several patches to core I'm starting to work on a really exciting project.
Huge fan of Pinterest, spent many hours scrolling through it and if you ever see my workspace, office or furniture it is clear where I get my inspiration from.
I order far too much from here. Check out what I think of stuff, what gadget I ordered checkout my wishlist? Buy me something nice?
My dog is as much of a geek as me. He even has his own instagram. Check it out
Great TV Shows
The Walking Dead
Game Of Thrones
Flavour Boss is an awesome group buying concentrate project turned into a business. Rob is a great guy and I have used him many times, as such I worked with him to make him the perfect e-commerce website for his upcoming business.
Graduated from the University of Gloucestershire in 2014 with a degree in Multimedia Web Design (Bsc). Whilst working at PC World, starting Metrohub (mh) LTD and being a Microsoft Student Partner.
Freelance Projects, Work Experience, Consulting Basically any company I have had the pleasure of working with short or longterm.
If you spend your life looking back, you're walking backwards. If you're walking backwards, you're going to keep falling over' - Josh Willcock 03/01/2016