Professional AssociationsProfessional Associations: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
I am a software developer at the IBM Hursley laboratory, England.
I currently work on IBM MQ which offers proven, enterprise-grade messaging capabilities that skillfully and safely move information between applications.
Before that I worked on Watson IoT Platform, a cloud service allowing users to easily connect many devices to their applications to build their Internet of Things solution.
I have previously worked on Pure Application System, Java including Eclipse Memory Analyzer and a just-in-time compiler for Intel Itanium, CICS OS/2 and the Image Adapter/A graphics adapter for PS/2 machines.
I am a committer on the Eclipse Memory Analyzer project.
My interests include bell ringing (campanology) which involving the ringing of bells in different sequence every time each ringer pulls the rope according to complex mathematical patterns. This is related to a mathematical interest of mine: hamiltonian cycles.