I am a husband, father and foster carer, a principal research engineer at the IT Innovation Centre (part of the University of Southampton, UK), a founder of SPYDERISK, a Woodcraft Folk supporter, and a salsa teacher. I also spend what spare time I have left fiddling with computers and technology.
Before moving into IT research, I worked as a PostDoc writing novel chemistry simulation software, did a chemical physics PhD, a maths degree and a chemistry degree.CV Publications
I wrote the first ever web page documenting Morse Code's dots and dashes back in 1995 or so. I'm not actually a ham-radio enthusiast and don't know Morse code myself but over the years I've had a lot of fun making tools to create and translate Morse. I'm still developing these tools as technology moves on.Go to Morse Code World
Again, back in the early days of the web, I documented many unit conversion factors and created a system to convert from one to another (I was studying Chemistry at the time). Although Google can do most of these conversions now, I've kept it going.Read more
Very occasionally I get time to write a blog article, mostly documenting and explaining something to do with computers and coding.Read more
You can find just a few of the programming projects I'm working on on GitHub. Some of my code is not licensed though and is not there. If you are interested in licensing any of my software, do get in touch.GitHub