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Mark Winterbottom | Software Engineer

Who am I?

I am a freelance full-stack software engineer. Open to working on freelance/contract projects of all sizes.

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What can I help you with?

Developing Software

Python Django JavaScript PHP HTML5 CSS3

Designing and Implementing Scalable Backend

Debian Ubuntu Amazon Web Services Chef

Training and Advice

I believe teaching others is the final step in learning. I love coaching others, sharing my knowledge and giving advice through my software engineering blog.


London App Developer | Personal Blog

Designer, creator and author of I publish a number of how-to guides and various other posts relating to programming.

Clippy.Rocks | Web to Android Clipboard Updater

Frustrated with emailing myself REST API urls, I developed Clippy.Rocks. This allows me to easily send text strings directly from my laptop to my phone, at the click of a button.

Fanmode | Fan Engagement Platform

I converted the prototype to a consumer grade product using Python (Django Framework) for the website and REST API. I implemented Agile and ran weekly planning and daily stand-up sessions to manage an external agency who built the initial native iOS and Android apps.

Education First | OS Network Install Configuration App

Lead developer for system which enabled users to pre-configure the applications they required for their job, so they would be automatically loaded after the operating system was installed over the network. Enabled users to complete one form, click start, and when they return to their computer it's fully setup with all required apps.

Education First | EF Auto Video Conference Testing Script

Developed an automated testing system accross 40 video conference units in 17 different countries to troubleshoot quality and reliability of calls.

Thomson Reuters | Asset Management Platform

Developed asset management system to track inventory of servers.

“Software development desperately cries out for guidance, for direction, for focus, for understanding, for support, but never for control.”

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