The Cage Cricket application is my first cross-platform mobile application built using Trigger.io and Parse, and works on iOS and Android.
For Halloween, I helped wonga.com reskin an old app they had originally developed with a third-party agency. The app used Adobe Flash as the main user interface, with a PHP / MySQL backend.
I created a second Facebook app for the Financial Times that scrapes a number of RSS feeds to bring in editorial content into Facebook. The app uses XML for flat-file storage and caching to speed up loading.
The LOVEFiLM Android Application was my first project as Development Manager, responsible for a team of four.
I created a simple application for the Financial Times Facebook Fan Page, using PHP and a XML flat-file store. The application had a CMS backend to allow an administrator to customise the images, URLs and text for each of the boxes (up to 6 supported).
Managing a server using SSH and Command Line Access over the past few years has taught me a lot. It’s sometimes important to check how a server is doing in terms of load or you may simply want to check hard disk usage.
I’ve come to love my Nexus One and the Android OS, even after using the iPhone for over three years.
Being a iPhone user for the past few years, I was looking forward to giving the new Google phone a try. Especially since some early reviews called it the iPhone killer. I received my Google Nexus One (GNO) on Friday, 15th Jan 2010 and have spent the last few days playing with the functionality.
Thanks for visiting. Please take a look at my portfolio to get an idea of that kind of projects I’ve worked on in the past.
The DB Link Archiver was one of my early scripts hosted on HotScripts. The script was my first attempt at creating a flat-file storage solution to capturing links from users.