Freelanced for a UK startup specialising in linking producers of fresh local food with consumers. Helped build the Rails component of their platform which also incorporates an iPhone app
Technology: built in Rails 2.3.8 (upgrading to 3 soon) using TDD/BDD (Rspec/Webrat) and HAML on the templating side. Full HTML5 interface including audio elements.
Current daytime role working as part of the London team for Economist Online. Larger distributed team includes a development unit from Hungary based in the London office and teams in New York and Austin Texas.
This is a team running a finely tuned agile methodology with code reviews, unit testing and continuous integration. I'm on the SWAT team which is responsible for ongoing maintenance and delivery of new features on the Economist website. From a Drupal perspective, development is on the cutting edge, making extensive use of Drush and Features for automation and deployment on the Pressflow distribution.
2010-2011 Turner Broadcasting:
Worked as a freelance Drupal developer on a range of international media sites - mainly build and maintenance of custom modules running on Pressflow.
2010 Comic Relief
Worked as a freelance developer on the Sport Relief 2010 campaign from start to finish, culminating with the live event itself (providing support from BT Tower). Built custom modules for the Drupal site and was instrumental in rebuilding the web services layer which provided a back end for the donation system and the childrens and project maps sections (Flash front end, back end AMF).
2005 - 2009 Jellyfish Online Marketing
Senior developer in an agile team for a leading UK SEM company. Involved in rebuild of entire company platform from a stew of table-based magazine subscription sites without version control or proper development methodologies into a new platform incorporating sites built using MVC (specifically Codeigniter), version control (svn with branching and merging), agile methodology (Scrum), code reviews and pair programming.