I'm Alicia, a London-based software engineer.
I enjoy going to (and sometimes winning!) hackathons. And if you're London-based, you'll probably have bumped into me at a tech meetup.
I love Linux, and (imo) have a neat dotfiles setup which I'm always tweaking. And I have a small homelab, that I'm using to learn more about system administration, and host my own services to (attempt to) escape big tech. I made dashboard app for it.
For work, I'm a principal software engineer at AND.Digital, where I work across various client projects, help to upskill and mentor junior and mid-level developers and ensure that the code we're delivering is the best it can be.
Away from the keyboard, I like sports, hanging out with friends, and going to Church.
Principle Engineer @ AND.Digital
August 2022 - Present
VP Frontend Engineer @ Galaxy
Jan 2021 - July 2022
Worked on real-time React-based Web3 trading application
Full-Stack Developer @ Freelance
February 2019 - Jan 2021
Software Developer @ Accenture
June 2014 - February 2019
After joining as an associate, I had the opportunity to work on a range of exciting client projects, each with their own challenges, his helped me to develop my skills and knowledge in a variety of areas. Over time I worked my way up to a senior role, where I could actively deliver high quality solutions to clients.
UKI Innovation Center
Intern @ University of Oxford
June 2013 - September 2013
Worked on developing a Java application which would calculate the most effective mg of antimalarial drug, per kg or patient body weight, to prevent vaccine resistance building up. Involved dealing with millions of patient records, which were often in varying formats and units.
Soldier @ British Army
Usually the tools I use for the job, depend on the job. There's no one-size fits all, and as such I'm always trying out new technologies, and constantly learning.
The following technologies are the ones I'm most familiar with, and I've linked to code that I've written with each.