Welcome



I'm a mainly Perl (some Python) developer based in Nottingham, UK where I work at an internet hosting company. In my spare time I dabble with both front-end and back-end stuff, experimenting with Smalltalk and Seaside (a web framework built using Smalltalk), various front-end javascript frameworks, Node, Elixir, Python and R. My current projects include a smalltalk based eshop aggregator, a static website generator called Stylus (currently being moved to use Node and the FeatherJS framework) and various other things.

I also have a continuing interest in programming languages and am enjoying exploring the ins and outs of Julia and Clojure.

I am available for small projects (time permitting) primarily focused on the not-for-profit sector.


Projects

CSV

A COBOL Source Viewer

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Dashboard

Small business dashboard design

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Stylus

Web Content Management

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StockMAN

An eshop aggregator using Pharo

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PKI

Perl module POD / quality / info

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Fun Stuff

Pharo

Development using Pharo

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Seaside

Notes and some example applications

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"R"

R - a few notes and examples

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Elixir

Functional Programming using elixir

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Python

Notes, links and examples

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MySQL

Notes, links and examples

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Tools

Gogs

Self hosted GIT with Jenkins

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Work

Rumbletums Cafe

Rumbletums Café is a supported training and work experience project for young people with a learning disability based in Kimberley, Nottinghamshire. The original website was out-of-date and difficult to maintain particularly when the company that built the website went out of business. A new website was required that would reflect the growing size of the project and the different activities that it was involved in.

I no longer maintain this website. The new website (created using Wordpress) can be found here

Updates

This is just a note of updates to the site / projects that have happened recently.

Get in touch

Feel free to send me an email, tweet me or contact me on facebook


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@developontheweb
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