I’m Rob and I’m an 80’s kid, raised on BBC Micro +B and Nintendo. I never really liked the Sega systems and I’m a big supporter of Tottenham Hotspur but we don’t have to talk about that most of the time.
My current occupation is delivering smart monitoring devices for heat networks and I’m based in London at present but I spend most of my spare weekends in Norway (No, I am not fluent yet) doing relationship stuff with my girlfriend and I code in the rest of my spare time.
I’m big on static sites and serverless functions. Shout out to Hugo and Netlify for being my setup of choice for all projects that don’t require a full backend setup.
I have also started to develop mobile applications with and would love to get in to mobile game development, probably with Unreal Engine, just because, but I doubt it will be any time soon.
New technology gets me excited in ways that shouldn’t be spoken about but I do anyway and I’ll post some of these when I get around to developing the blog side of this site.
I also get lost in the world of researching how things work and I enjoy breaking these same things, most of the time they are never fixed but I do learn things. Swings and roundabouts?
You wont find much here as I simply don’t have time to care about it but you can find a collection of ideas, blogs and projects on various subjects in the relevant places. Most of these will be directly related to my job and interests including the journey of diving in to learning Python and GoLang as well as a more random interests like Robotics or general mental health and wellbeing.
Further on this page you’ll see my open source projects on Github (long story to be explained in a blog post) as well as my timeline of experience as well as my latest blog posts… when I get around to starting them. Bear with me while I traverse this interesting time in my life.