Blog posts on getting started with SvelteKit and Data Binding with
Sep 2018 - Apr 2021 (2yrs 8mos)
Web Developer working in the Creative Products section of Karmarama.
Working on varied projects. Mainly front end with React.
Team DevOps. As the longest serving member of the Web Team overseeing
deployments of the majority of projects hosted internally. This was
using a mixture of old Ubuntu servers (v16) and Rackspace servers
Built internal Pinstagram used for onboarding and pitchbooks where
staff at Karmarama share articles seen as good, PR, Production,
Marketing, etc. Built with NextJS, Prisma (GraphQL data layer) and
GraphQL Yoga (Express).
Evangelised the use of Gatsby in the team for sites that did not need
a lot of user generated content.
One of the first projects (client design system) to use MDX with
Created a client PWA with Preact using Lottie animations provided by
in house illustrator.
Worked on custom built CMS for client using vanilla React.
Mar 2018 - Aug 2018 (6mos)
Worked in agile teams to develop new user-facing features. Using best
frameworks such as React and Gatsby and styling with styled-components
Evaluate several CMS’ for use, Contentful, GraphCMS and CrafterCMS
Working in an agile team in the delivery of initial sprints of the
Watching YouTube videos on mechanical engineering and restorations.
Massive Drum and Bass fan!
Scott understands business needs and rapidly meets all requirements.
He is great to work with and would be great on any project
– Sandra Penfold
Scott picked up a difficult technical concept relating to the
reconciliation of multiple financial products very quickly,
including financial derivatives. Very unusually, he also had to do
this whilst learning and applying SQL database programming in an
investment banking sales environment where the only choice was
self-directed learning and working without support. Scott was
excellent - self-supporting, motivated, quick to learn and focused
on delivery. I would not only recommend him, I would seek to work
with him again in the future. Ah, if only he hadn’t left the