I'm a software engineer with a passion for fitness, productivity and self-improvement. I was born and raised in New Zealand where I spent the first twenty three years of my life learning the ways of the world. I currently live in Melbourne, the food capital of Australia. I love that one can never know too much about
I'm a software engineer with a passion for fitness, productivity and self-improvement. I was born and raised in New Zealand where I spent the first twenty three years of my life learning the ways of the world. I currently live in Melbourne, the food capital of Australia. I love that one can never know too much about software, fitness or productivity. There is always an opportunity to continue expanding and applying my knowledge base. This concept of continual improvement is one I have found to be common among all my interests and passions.
My main software interests include building applications/systems from the ground up, covering all phases of the software development life cycle, as well as maintaining and enhancing pre-existing systems. I also enjoy the leadership aspect of software development which I find both challenging and rewarding.
I worked on new feature design/implementation, general bugfixing and optimization of the Telogis Fleet backend, along with interprocess communication between many of Telogis’ server side processes.
One major client was ‘The Inzone Experience’ where I was in charge of their systems. This role involved managing several Windows servers running .NET web applications with SQL Server databases. I also maintained and enhanced their main web application which runs on hundreds of kiosks throughout NZ to be more efficient and reliable. From February 2011 to March 2014 (3 years 2 months) Tutor @ I worked at Canterbury University as a tutor for first year computer science and software engineering papers which teach programming skills in Python. I ran labs of up to 50 students. This role involved explanation and understanding of core computer science and software engineering concepts, helping students out when needed and essential people skills.
I also worked as a tutor for the Pacific Academic Solutions & Success programme, where I tutored Pacific students in computer science and software engineering papers. From February 2011 to October 2011 (9 months) Research Intern @ I was awarded a University of Canterbury Summer Scholarship which allowed me to work in the HITLab as a research intern on a project titled "Exploring the use of Mobile Augmented Reality for Navigation". My main responsibility within this project was running user experiments, recording and then analysing the data. I also had to learn Android programming skills, and acquire and understanding of mobile augmented systems. From November 2010 to February 2011 (4 months) Salesperson @ During my time at Noel Leeming I worked as a salesperson which involved working large amounts of customers, processing sales and working with cash. From November 2009 to February 2010 (4 months)
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