About

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At the time of writing this, I am 22 years old and have just finished my final year at the University Of Lincoln.

My interest in Computer Science stems back to GCSE when I decided to take the subject to fill up my options. I immediately fell in love with the field. I loved the thought of creating a project, no matter how trivial, and being able to call it my own. This passion eventually culminated in me buying a Raspberry Pi and mounting it on a 4 wheeled robot, nicknamed “ALLEN”. ALLEN was my first real taste at the hardware side of computing. The project required me to wire and set up the motors, Pi expansion boards and power supply in order to get it up and running. From then on I knew I wanted to pursue this subject and hobby further beyond my school life.

Since then, through both modules at university and my placement year at Frasers Group, I have gained a huge passion for web development. I enjoy designing and creating user interfaces for the front-end of applications but I also have a huge interest in the back-end programming and database work that more complex projects require.

Programming experience

Multi-paradigm languagesWeb developmentOther
C#JavascriptMySQL
C++AngularHaskell
PythonAngularJSWindows Forms
.NET Core
ASP.NET MVC
HTML5
CSS

Outside of programming

Outside of Computer Science, I enjoy other hobbies such as swimming, basketball, football and travelling.

I have been very lucky in the places I have been able to visit and have written a few blog posts to share some of these experiences in places such as India, Iceland and Spain.

Brainscape

During my GCSE’s I began to use the mobile cue card app, Brainscape, to help with my revision. Since then I have contributed over 2,200 cue cards to Brainscape’s public library. These cards are now collectively being studied by over 280 students and cover various subjects including; History A level and GCSE, Computer Science GCSE, A level and Undergraduate and also cards on the Microsoft Technology Associate certification.

Brainscape recently noticed my large library of self created cards and offered me the opportunity to become a course representative for my university. I started this role in April 2019

For those interested the cards can be found here; https://www.brainscape.com/profiles/1807727