December 2019 - Present
Blackbox Company is revolutionising customer information on Britain's railways by developing a platform to give rail operators greater control, as well as supplying screens that provide higher information density to passengers. My work with them so far has been on an Aurelia based web application for use by rail operators.
October 2018 - December 2019
Made Tech is a highly sought after public-sector consultancy based in London. During my time as an engineer for Made Tech, I worked on several interesting projects for local government and private sector clients using technologies such as .NET core, Angular 6 and ReactJS.
London Borough of Hackney
May 2019 - July 2019
As part of my work at Made Tech, I spent several months working at the London Borough of Hackney on a web application to assist housing officers in performing their duties. I primarily worked on the frontend using ReactJS, while mentoring apprentice engineers on their first delivery. The project is open-source and available on GitHub.
January 2019 - March 2019
As part of my work at Made Tech, I worked as a full-stack engineer with Smartwyre on a commerce system for agricultural inputs and services. My work included using C#/.Net Core to build a web API, as well as using ReactJS to build a web application.
October 2018 - December 2018
As part of my work at Made Tech, I worked as an engineer with FutureGov, a public-sector service designer, alongside Kensington & Chelsea council to build FamilyStory, an application designed to aid social workers in building better relationships with families. My work was primarily on building the frontend application, using Ionic & Angular 6.
Willis Towers Watson
August 2016 - October 2018
Willis Towers Watson is a global multinational risk management, insurance brokerage and advisory company. During my time working at their offices in Reigate, I worked as a full-stack engineer on a web platform designed to facilitate software as a service offerings of their top-selling legacy software. The tech stack consisted of an AngularJS frontend and a C# ASP.NET backend, with multiple services hosted in Microsoft's Azure Cloud.