I am a software developer, researcher, recreational pilot and consumer of tea, living in Cambridge. (The one on the Cam, not the one on the Charles.)
In 2015, I co-founded Anvil, a web-based programming environment that makes it easy to build web apps, even without prior experience.
Since 2013, I have been consulting for MQA, playing a leading role in the creation of a much better way to deliver and listen to music.
In 2012 I completed my PhD at the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory. (My thesis is available here). I worked in the Computer Architecture group, but my undergraduate degree was in Natural Sciences, specialising in neuroscience. My research has included concurrency, the usability of programming languages, and computer-assisted music practice.
From 2004 to 2013, I was the lead developer for Greetings Unlimited Inc, a mobile services provider based in the Philippines. Call it reverse outsourcing. I built and maintained Sun iMessenger, one of the most successful services on the Sun Cellular network.
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