I've been developing software since the age of 8 years old when the only computer I had involved my imagination and an old exercise book.
Since then I've been lucky enough to work in Japan, London and now in my native North of England with some fantastics clients - from Apple to Microsoft, Dell to Kingsmill.
I was fortunate enough early in my career to be involved with teaching and have therefore developed some skills in the lesson planning and presentation arena. I'm hoping my mix of real world teaching and software development skills will make me stand out from the crowd.
I'm a regular Udemy user too which also helps inform the courses that I create - in terms of what I don't think comes across very well and what absolutely does.
I try to develop courses that I feel that I would want to pay my hard earned money for.
Nothing in life is perfect so I build in a feedback loop and will always try to maintain quality by taking onboard comments.