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A passionate and adaptable software developer that recently graduated from the University of Westminster with a First Class Honours. Seeking a position in information systems and technology which will utilise my skills developed during my studies at the University of Westminster and work experience.
I have very good web design and development skills, and have always had a passion for learning. I enjoy opportunities to apply myself and my skills to new and existing projects. I have the planning and teamwork skills to manage the development and creative process from beginning to end. As well as working with a team, I keep up-to-date with the latest technology news and events, always seeking to expand on the knowledge and skills I've learned, and I have a real passion for developing unique projects.
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University of Westminster
From June 2012 to September 2012.
Awarded a grant to design and develop a higher educational reusable learning object for the University of Westminster’s department of life sciences.
Desktop Systems Specialist Intern
From September 2013 to June 2014.
Pitched, designed and developed a secure web application, accessible in a corporate environment to monitor multifunction printer devices in near-real-time and access statistics regarding these devices. Worked using a ticketing system to support 300 on-site users, and remote users across Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa. Responsible for training new employees which involved teaching them the basics of the macOS operating system, setting up their Mac and accounts, including email, contacts, and calendar, as well as additional support available to them. Scheduled and instructed workshops for teaching various applications of various difficulty levels.
From September 2015 to May 2016.
Full-stack development on the iVector and iVector Connect platforms, working on issues and developments of new features, including integrating with third-party services using XML-SOAP web requests. Contribute and assist with various research and development projects, and architecture discussions.
From May 2016 to September 2016.
Full-stack development on the Bark.com website, working on issues, developments of new features, and WordPress blog redesign to bring it in-line with the main website design.