I have been a coder for almost as long as I can remember. I started out on a Sinclair ZX Spectrum which oddly enough was as old as I was at the time. I was lucky enough to have a grandfather who was learning assembly programming and an uncle who had been an accomplished Acorn Archimedes developer. These two ensured I grew up with a computer in my life at all times, and gave me the direction needed to become completely hooked.
I now live in Redondo Beach, California and have adapted to the big angry ball of fire thats in the sky 9 months of the year, and am beginning to lose my pasty English complexion. I am now working at SpaceX primarily developing the user interfaces for the manned Crew Dragon capsule which will take astronauts to the ISS sometime in 2017. Besides work, I dabble in hobbyist electronics and various forms of art in my free time when I’m not busy with one of my multitude of programming projects.
Well, if my past history is anything to go by, then probably not a lot. Expect infrequent updates about random things whenever I can tear myself away from whatever it is I’m building at the moment.
Sure, I’m pretty easy to find online in various places. But you can most easily and reliably reach me via email on firstname.lastname@example.org