Tell us about your career to date… how did you end up here at WCD?
So far I have been in full time education since I can remember and will be spending my third year at We Create Digital.
I knew that I wanted to do a placement from the very start of my degree; while a good degree can be a very valuable asset to have in the labour market, gaining practical experience is crucial. Initially, I didn’t quite know what type of placement I wanted to do before I took a module called ‘Web Application Programming’. This module allowed me to combine my programming skills with web design to create well-functioning and professional looking websites.
I think this placement will provide me with invaluable experiences to take back to University, as well as future jobs.
What are you most looking forward to working on here?
I am looking forward to publishing some of our projects we’ve been working on.
For instance, I can’t wait to fully unveil Omniowl, a bespoke university course search service, to the public. As a student myself, I appreciate how beneficial this service will be to anyone considering to go to university.
I’m very glad to have the opportunity to work on this project, I wish this website would have existed when I was considering university options at sixth form.
Windows or Mac?
Personally, I prefer Mac over Windows any day of the week. I use a MacBook Pro for work and have a MacBook Air for personal use. Nonetheless, I really want to build a PC to play all the latest games – including VR content – at the best quality possible. Until then, Mac will continue to remain my first choice.
There are many great films but I would say that my favourite film has to be “The Pursuit of Happyness”.
I find the story very thought-provoking, particularly as the viewer is able to see the struggle of someone from their point of view rather than as an outsider.
Will Smith played the role superbly – portraying the life of a man struggling to realise the American dream while attempting to protect his son from the harsh realities of the path to creating a better future for themselves.
If you won £1 million, what would you do with the money?
I would first buy a new car before putting a good portion of the remaining money away for a rainy day.
I’d look to make some shrewd investments to potentially generate a return on my money and give me another option to fall back on.