I'm an engineer working in Melbourne specializing in front-end development.
Interested in: start-ups, co-founding opportunities, interesting contracts and work
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering with majors in Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.
Seven years working as an electrical engineer including in construction management and telecommunication design. In the last few years, worked in asset management building statistical models to predict asset failure and software to simulate statistical outcomes.
Worked on the development of AudienceView – an analytics product offering deep insight to online consumer behaviour.
A big data web app merging traffic analysis with offline surveys to offer deep audience insights. I developed the reporting system and took over development of the front-end.
A simulator that intelligently generated, priced and simulated the risk associated with various asset replacement scenarios. I was technical lead for this product.
A prototype Android app to allow Sandvik to effectively manage maintenance at service depots. I built the prototype working with an engineer from Sandvik.
An early image editor for Mac OS X that I founded and worked on until 2007. The image editor was featured in several magazines and downloaded over 1 million times.
Other work: LV Merge (a C#/.NET simulation merge tool),
a financial account classifier (statistical C#/.NET tool),
NRMT (a pure statistical and analytics project to predict asset failure),
JSokoban, Glypha III and Anthology (Mac OS X ports of several games),
more... designs for the optic fibre connection of Willetton substation, management of several large pieces of plant installed at Busselton substation (at times requiring 24-hour work coverage) and drafting of the designs to install a new distribution transformer in the suburb of Joondanna.
Used server-side with Spring MVC and in Android apps.
Used for scripting and by twietly.
Used for AudienceView and web prototyping.
Used for enterprise analytics and Amusement Services and Supplies.
Other: Adobe Creative Suite, C#/.NET, PHP and Objective-C (all much loved)
git, C/C++, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle 11g, Netica, Apache, Microsoft Office (including Access), SAS Enterprise Guide, Minitab, R, ArcGIS and Pascal
Profiles are great but I sometimes think they miss out the most important part.
So here are three things that might not be apparent from the above: