Principal IT experience:
My interest stemmed from use, at college in mid-1970s, of acoustic coupled dial-up access with teletypes to various educational mainframes. My home computers have moved through a Sinclair ZX81, an Acorn Archimedes to Dell PCs. An earlier Dell is now relegated to back-up on a home network and is running Ubuntu Linux. I finally gave up on Microsoft for this when windows10 refused to remain logged in 24/7 and kept re-booting on updates despite setting the update to manual. Feel back at home as the early CAD systems ran on mini computers and workstations running various flavours of Unix.
In addition to home development of CAD and general office systems, I have FamilyTreeMaker for my genealogy interests, I run Sonar music sequencing software - and try and keep up with Pam & Francis on the various music programs they have.
For web development I now use HTML-Kit for hand coding, sometimes SeaMonkey for WYSIWYG editing. For graphics editing I run a scanner and edit in Corel PaintShopPro X9.
Fitzroy Robinson Limited 2000 to 2016
I had taken a decision on my priorities between architecture and IT before joining Fitzroy Robinson and hoped to keep IT more in the background in future. Events have a habit of over-taking ones best intentions though!
Equator London 1999-2000
Stanley Bragg Partnership Limited 1987-1999
Maidstone Borough Council 1982-1987: