As a developer in test, it was my job to automate acceptance criteria for continuous regression testing and quality assurance of the innovative new Olympics video player.
I helped to define acceptance criteria and worked alongside developers, writing cucumber scenarios to verify the behaviour of the Olympics schedule.
A complete overhaul of its simplistic predecessor, version 2 of Buffer for Android now provides a fully functional native Android app which communicates with the Buffer API.
A rewrite of BoxedUp had been ongoing for over a year. I worked with them to finally get it launched. Huge data migrations, Rails, MongoDB and Resque.
An Android app to send prayers to the Western Wall in Jerusalem. I did this as a charitable project because i wanted more Android experience, and i liked the idea.
Developing multiple CSS skins for multiple brands, using the highly customisable Java Demandware platform, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery.
A portfolio website for an artist in Kent. Written in Rails with a custom built order processing system, selling cards, prints and original paintings.
A diary that allows you to compare week to week, month to month, and year to year.
MyChores is a team-based online tracking system for recurring tasks. It was written for my own benefit, and it was my project for learning Ruby on Rails.
This is a game i used to play at school. I remade it for the web to give other people the chance to play it. I also used it to learn how to use MongoDB.
Geohashing is a random adventure generator. Every day new coordinate points are generated. This app calculates the points and provides helpful tools.
I am an independent software crafter who travels the UK working, making music and taking photographs.
I am fascinated by the web, mashups, geolocation and mobile technologies. I specialise in data modelling and integration of existing systems via APIs. I have strong skills in object oriented programming, particularly Ruby.
My interests are in TDD, BDD, agile software development, strong client interaction, software craftsmanship, mentoring, open source software, and great user experience at all levels.
What I most like about Aimee is that she cares. She cares about the clients she works with, she care about the colleagues she works with and she cares about the code she writes.