This is as close as I get to a traditional CV
2010 - present: Consultant @ Willis Towers Watson
My role is currently focused on building online and mobile financial calculators for government agencies and super funds.
Earlier in my time at TW, I produced a quarter million lines of intranet code which I would be quite happy to never see again.
1998 - 2010: Various
I have been developing web apps long enough that I distinctly remember being excited about new scripting features in IE5.5. Since then I have worked with a wide variety of technologies for both small startups and large financial institutions.
Detailed history removed as I am not particularly interested in working on technologies that were cutting-edge fifteen years ago.
My current preferred tech stack
Other stuff I work with
- .NET (Primarily C#)
- Objective C (when I don't have a choice)
- Java (Slightly less of an abomination than Obj-C)
Currently I am not actively looking for work and I am firmly based in Sydney. No unsolicited offers under $180k please.
An app framework based on Angular
Tools for building angular directives as es6 modules
A simple npm package to load environment variables from a .env file
A tool for working with multiple git repositories
Node module that runs simple git commands and parses the result.
Some thoughts on improving my development setup
It seems to have been a while since I updated my blog. No idea why.
Using PhantomJS to turn html or svg into a full set of iOS app icons and loading images
General impressions after developing on an iPad for a week
Setting up CodeMirror and adapting it for iPad use