I am a software engineer at Memrise, the world's most entertaining language learning app. At Memrise, I'm currently driving forward our transition from a monolithic Django app to a more modern REST API/Next.js stack. I deliver high-quality features to a user base of hundreds of thousands and love seeing the impact I can make for our language-learning users.
My first engineering role was at PeopleGoal. I was responsible for building and designing features for a data-focused, enterprise React/React application and lead the construction of a new and performant content site, built on Next.js.
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On this site and in my newsletter, I blog about technology and engineering.
I also enjoy experimenting with new front-end ideas in its codebase.
Copy That was a newsletter and website dedicated to sharing the best of interesting web design. It is now archived but you can find the old code (React, Node, GrapghQL,TypeScript, Next.js) here and here.
I studied philosophy from 2015 to 2018 at Bristol. I specialised in the analytical end of the philosophy spectrum with a focus on topics such as the philosophy of science, decision-theory, probability, philosophy of maths and logic. I continue my interest to the present and still love a good philosophy book.