"Computer science is a liberal art." - Steve Jobs
I'm a Software Engineer, based in London, with an academic background in Mathematics.
After discovering my passion for programming in 2020, I taught myself to code. I've since developed great interest in full-stack development, AI & cyber security. Please check out some of my projects below, as well as on my GitHub.
Revive Carpet Cleaning
I created this website for a client who was starting up a brand new carpet cleaning business in Manchester. Users are easily able to navigate the site to find out key information about the company, as well as get in contact via multiple contact forms, by phone, or via social media. As this was for a client, the source code is not available on my GitHub.
I created this project using React. This was something that I made for fun as it allowed me to utilise the built-in fetch API, along with the Superhero API to build something cool, and cement some of the things I've learnt. Users can search for any superhero or villain and get stats and info about them. Please visit my GitHub for the source code.
I created this project using React, simply because I was tired of storing recipes in multiple places. This project allowed me to practice core React concepts such as props, state, React Router and hooks such as useEffect. Please click the image above for the live version or visit my GitHub for the source code.
Spotify Playlist Creator
Front-end web app, created with React. After logging in, users can add songs to a new playlist with a name of their choosing. Once saved, the playlist is added to the users Spotify account, ready to be played! Please click the image above for the live version or visit my GitHub for the source code.
TfL Congestion Charge Website
This webpage is a remake of a TfL Page. This project was created using Node for both, the front-end and the back-end. The main objective of this project was to show I could create an existing web page from scratch as well as integrate multiple API's as well as login authentication. (Not currently responsive). Please click the image above for the live version or visit my GitHub for the source code.