I set up this website as somewhere to put together various resources, links, ideas and opinions. It is a hybrid of a blog (with articles by date) and wiki. And comes with a pretentious way of visualising the website.
I will put various things I'm interested in here which should include technology, programming, economics, data, science and more. Each article links to related articles and some kind of structure should 'emerge'. It also (unlike a blog) shouldn't be so obvious that I haven't updated it recently.
I work at Zzish, a London based startup building a platform for mobile educational apps. I work across the full stack including Java/Spring backend, Node.js user facing website, Angular.js frontend, Android SDK and iOS SDK. I have made many Android Apps and have over half a million downloads, with Apps featured by Google, CNET, Lifehacker and others. I have a developer site and a short review site.
Previously I was working on a large international, interdisciplinary, EC-funded project to model financial crises.
Since doing a half-CS (half-Maths) degree I've done quite a bit of work with software. I've lost count of the number of languages I've used.
I'm a Research Fellow at City University London in the economics department on a projected funded by the EC.
Facts, numbers, ideas, big, small, medium data. Open government, statistics and understanding. Machine learning and data mining.
Creation. Beauty. Aesthetics. Design. Form. Display. Arrangement. And some projects I have taken part in. Other pretentious things.
Some thoughts about Internet and web related topics. Design, frameworks, approaches and so on.
Various tips and tricks to make things work better. Hack your life, your computer and so on.
Thoughts and ideas on a range of subjects. A miscellaneous section.
I'm a software developer at the startup Zzish. We are building a platform to democratise mobile learning Apps. My work includes mongoDB, Java/Spring, Node.js/Express, Angular.js and Android/iOS.
I've released quite a few Android Apps. These mostly focus on productivity and include a popular Android tablet journal and notepad, a Wikipedia browser and several task focused applications. I've done some work with iOS and various other technologies.
I've made or maintained various websites, though it has never been my main focus. These include student society sites, product pages and various personal and professional projects.