I aspire to entertain people through the creative medium, inspire them to create something beautiful, and overall influence them positively. I feel that taking the computer science path in life is most certainly the way to complete this goal.
Birmingham City University
BSc (Hons), Computer Science
Year 3: (First class result)
Individual Project (87%)
Functional Programming (90%)
Artificial Intelligence (65%)
Information Assurance and Security (92%)
Mobile and Web Technology (86%)
Usability Engineering (75%)
Year 2: (avg. 70%)
Advanced Software Development
Research and Professional Practise
Discrete Computing and Algorithms
Evesham High School A-Levels: Computing, Maths, Music GCSE: 10 A-C Grade results, including Maths, English, and Science.
Clubs: Robotics Team, Choir, Orchestra, Samba Band
Desktop / Mobile Apps: React Native (Android, iOS), Swift (iOS)
Back-end Web Development: Rust, PHP, MySQL / PostgreSQL, Python, NodeJS
Hardware: Configuration and installation of Linux, Windows, and Mac OS systems, resolving technical networking and component issues
Creative Software: FL Studio, Sony Vegas Pro, Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects)
Full Stack Developer at Railpoint
I am the project manager for a new mobile app. Developing and deploying scalable back-end servers and the app itself for both iOS and Android, I have also collected and analysed years worth of data to be used for innovative machine learning scenarios. Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)
August 2017 - Present
I explained hardware and software concepts to first year students, guiding them with any problems they had with the work set in each class.
Birmingham City University
October 2015 - December 2015
LPI Linux Essentials
Linux Professional Institute
MTA Networking Fundamentals
Music Composition and Production:
I compose and release music online with the alias "TomboFry". I have over 3,600 subscribers on YouTube, and 14 original albums on iTunes, Google Play, etc. Using this hobby I have taught myself how to market products online, utilising SEO techniques, and communicating with customers.
A 24 hour software development event with sponsors and challenges. Strong teamwork and time management is required to produce software within such a short deadline. Since starting uni I have entered 6 hackathons and have won various prizes throughout my participation.
Ludum Dare is an online 48 hour rapid game development competition. I've ranked in the top 5% of entries every time I've entered, and the games I make always get complimented for their high level of polish.
Last updated Feb 22, 2019
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