I want to change that so that other developers can avoid the pain of ambiguity, lack of clarity, and conflicting advice.
I aim to show you how to develop Web apps in a clear style with minimum fuss, no ambiguity, good practice and with accessible, clear examples throughout. My ultimate goal is that it becomes a great resource for you. To that end, if there’s anything you want me to write about or explain, please do get in touch (mike . evans at untangled . io) and just ask.
A bit about me
- I’ve worked at British Gas Connected Homes, developing the Hive connected thermostat Web app using React and Redux;
- I helped rebuild BSkyB’s Sky Go Web app (Sky’s version of the BBC iPlayer) as an AngularJS-based app;
- I’ve been a Web developer for the likes of Wincor-Nixdorf and the Space Data Routers consortium (space-data, yeh!), worked on projects for companies such as Orange and AKQA, and created every type of client, from thin to full-fat. I’ve even written my own REST APIs and Web-based protocols.
I’ve also contributed in a small way to Web standards, and even collected a patent, over 30 papers, and a Ph.D. along the way. I’ve even been a University lecturer for the Universities of Reading and Kingston, so I know how to give advice in a clear, unambiguous style.
If there’s one constant in Web technologies, it’s change – and I love it!
So come with me on this journey of change, exploration and learning, and if there’s anything you want me to cover, just drop me a line and I’ll do my best.
Thanks for visiting 🙂