Hey, I'm Dan! This is a responsive website to visually summarize my skills, education and work experience.
In the footer there are various links to download my CV, contact details and interesting third party content.
2 years 1 months 1 days
My work for Shareight/Trading name Octer, is varying day-to-day. Fundamentally, I help maintain the diverse variety of semi-RESTful APIs, on various internal platforms, running on the Symfony2 framework. To add to that, I was part of a migration team transitioning the cloud platform provider from Microsoft Azure, to Linode. Day to day, I tend to help manage the multi-tiered architecture which helps facilitate application testing/investor relations pre-release. Their architecture (From a high level) comprises of multi-vendor XML feed import and merge, ElasticSearch indexing and eventually LEMP Stack API endpoints driving a mobile application.
1 year 7 months
My work for ThinkFinance UK consisted of development and maintenance of their two core financial products "Quid" and "Sunny". Day to day work involved my knowledge of the PHP framework Zend 1.0, jQuery/jQuery Mobile, HTML/CSS, responsive design and potentially a bit more... Their applications involve numerous third party services and APIs, such as ExactTarget, Experian, Verifone and EPDQ.
1 year 7 months
My work for StrategyEye involved front line bug support for their various publishing partners, and core PHP development on their two main products; Publisher and EditorEye. These applications were built on the Zend 1.0 PHP framework and Symfony 2 PHP framework. Projects involved implementing the LinkedIn API, Implementing the MailChimp API and maintaining StrategyEye's content curation and publishing platform.
2 year 7 months
My work for Orchard revolved around their billing and management utilities, ensuring a quality unix experience for it's numerous customers across the network of servers. Tasks ranged from WHMCS billing system plugins, cPanel/WHM monitoring plugins and bespoke PHP work on the in-house CMS. The in-house CMS was built on a mash-up of the Codeigniter PHP framework and Rapyd, a Spanish lightweight CRUD application.