Tom is an experienced Software Developer and Tech Enthusiast from Worcester, United Kingdom!Get in Touch
Welcome to my personal website and home on the internet, why not learn a little bit about me with a few quick facts.
I live in the county of Worcestershire, UK where I also attended School, College and University.
I work full time as a Software Developer at River in Gloucestershire. I write websites using C# MVC.
I enjoy making cool and useful things. I am a full stack developer who enjoys being creative.
I tend to listen to Alternative, Rock and Dance music. I am also partial to good soundtracks. Currently I am listening to One Republic and Hans Zimmer.
I am an avid PC Gamer with a beastly rig. I often play FPS and Simulation Games. I am currently playing Fifa 17 and Battlefield 1.
I am very competitive and often play football. I also enjoy Tennis, Cycling, Swimming and anything with a little competition.
Every now and again I write blog posts about updates to my projects or interesting things I have done with various technologies!
Developing software is one of my favourite hobbies so I tend to write a lot of my own technology. Here are some of my latest projects!
Portal CMS is a free content management technology with an integrated Page Builder. It is the framework that sits behind a lot of my websites.
I built this website and many others using Portal CMS without writing any bespoke code. It is aimed towards .NET Developers looking for an easy framework to extend.Learn about Portal CMS
EyeDentity was my first forage into Page Building technology. It allows anybody on the web to create their own pages for free!
This project has now been discontinued, I took useful lessons learned during this project and used them to build Portal CMS which also includes page building functionality.Check out EyeDentity
A beautiful website that makes giving and receiving gifts easier, by allow you to add friends and share interests, wishlists and events!Check out GiftDemon
I built this website to give myself a presence online and to give me a way of blogging about my experiences in the software development industry.Read my Blog