I was born and raised in London. I have a BSc in maths and physics from Warwick University, and (hopefully) I’ll soon have a PhD in spatial cognition from UCL. Between the two degrees I spent a year in Moscow, teaching English and studying Russian.
I’ve been programming ever since I stopped playing with Lego (kind of). At some point in the next few weeks or months I hope to finally make the transition to being a professional software developer.
You get the hint: please contact me if you think you have a job that I’m right for!
Here are some of the software-related things I’ve done in the last few years (most are available on github):
This is a webapp that lets users read and edit the plain text files they have stored in Google Drive. It’s been getting about 30k page views/day for the last 18 months.
This is a tool for exploring the datasets generated in my lab at UCL. It’s written in JS/HTML5 (and GLSL) but that doesn’t stop it from being able to gracefully handle 10MB+ at a time
This is a python package I co-authored with @ml31415 on github. It draws together a bunch of vectorization tricks.
This is an “interactive diagram” I built to demonstrate some of the computations that grid cells might be doing. I used it for a presentation at a conference in Oct 2015.