Summary

Skills

Work experience

Deep Labs
(March 2016 - April 2017)
I was a Front-end engineer focused on the development of user interfaces and front-end development of web and mobile applications. My responsibilities included:

Nurun Singapore
(May 2015 - February 2016)
I was a Senior developer responsible for planning and architecting website implementation projects, as well as management of resources. I focused on all things front-end related, making sure our code base adhered to the latest web standards and was performant and accessible. A typical day in the office usually involved:

Pixel Onion Pte Ltd
(Oct 2013 – May 2015)
I was a Drupal architect and worked on a variety of projects with several major clients, including DBS bank, Mediacorp and Microsoft as well as the San Francisco International Airport. I honed all my web development chops here and this was what I spent my time doing:

I've wrote about some of the projects I've worked on, mostly about my experiences and what I learnt along the way:

Aristal Solutions Sdn Bhd
(Feb 2012 – Oct 2013)
I was part of the Project Management Office on a Core Banking Implementation for a Major Banking Group in Malaysia as an Associate consultant. Working with a team of more than a hundred strong highlighted the importance of accountability, communication and documentation. I managed the overall project issue log as well as prepared weekly updates to project leadership. I was also responsible for defect analysis, and liaised with the developers to facilitate issue resolution.

Free-Lance Work
(2006 – 2011)
I was a web developer for the Malaysia Basketball Association from 2009 to 2010, which is when I got my first taste of web development. At the same time, I served as the editorial board for the publication of the Fundamental Ways to Better Basketball manual. I also took on a variety of graphic design engagements between 2006 till 2011.

Education

University of Nottingham
(2006-2008) BA (Hons) Finance, Accounting and Management (2:1)

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