I've always been interested in computers and was introduced to coding by typing programs from a magazine into my Amstrad 64K. Needless to say, they rarely worked as a single typo would render the whole thing unusable. But I was hooked. The fact that that typing a load of crap in to the computer would produce something you could play with was amazing to me.

These days my coding techniques are a little less “type and hope”. At least I like to think so, anyway! I started off in the Microsoft world doing Windows Forms. After a couple of years I made the natural progression to WPF and Silverlight.

Another couple of years later I had the opportunity to jump over to web development. Working with HTML/CSS/JS was one of those things I knew the basics of but didn't really know.