I’m a full stack developer with experience in the full software development cycle. I’m particularly fond of (but not limited to) C#, Typescript and Angular.
More than anything else, I’m about getting things done. My technical background gives me insight into the application development process.
Most startups and small companies don’t need a full time CTO. They need someone with the knowledge and skill to advise and help them succeed.
Click bait title or no, this is episode #1 of appsthat.work. Joshua Graham talks to us about some of the common mistakes he sees people making when they set out to build the next great app and explains the impact in time and money as well as what you SHOULD be doing to avoid them.
I’m always looking to meet new and interesting people. I’ve got a wide variety of skills and I love to use them to help people.
I currently work for CCQ. With them, I’ve been able to design and develop a number of fantastic web and mobile applications.
At BSS I got to experience being a technical project manager. This allowed me to test my techincal skills as well as my project management skills in new ways.
At 3M I picked up where I left off at Federal-Mogul, and developed scripts and applications to help manage a large number of PCs throughout the UK.
Most people thought I was crazy, but I decided to expand my horizons and move to a completely new country. Having been born and raised in America, this was certainly an eye opener!
At Federal-Mogul, I really came into my own, and quickly became responsible for managing over 15,000 workstations.
I got my start in IT working at IBM. I honed my troubleshooting skills, and quickly gained the respect of my peers and supervisors.