Started as a privately contracted DevOps Engineer; working on virtualisation/containerisation.
Pivoted to work on Minecraft game-client modifications for events working with Windows Server and network zero-touch deployments of custom Windows 10 images for several "Insomnia Festival" expos in Ireland, Glasgow and Manchester.
Worked on "CubePass" RFID wristband integration into the Minecraft game client.More
My main hobby project at the moment is preparing Minecraft compatible server software that can perform large-scale world modifications and give easy region/world exporting and importing to a variety of different formats.More
Prepared a secure software solution for Cortex-M devices to manage assets using vendor-provisioned access control tables.More
As their first developer, I was given a lot of operational freedom, I mainly worked on festival and event game-client deployment systems and dynamic graphical interfaces for consumers to experience the "Minecraft Gameshow" servers.
I prepared and maintained the infrastructure for Noxcrew Gameshow Live, a Twitch/YouTube series of production quality Minecraft Minigames.
Was an exhibitor and technical lead at festivals and events including many "Insomnia" Gaming Festivals and "Minecon 2015", where I maintained booths of 30+ computers and prepared game-status aware interfaces that generated dynamic graphics to be shown for stage performances.More
Implemented a DRM solution for mobile devices with integration of Arm's TrustZone Technology and proposed examples along with applicable modifications for the Linux kernel and Android images for integration of Google's "Trusty TEE".More
Experimental hobby project to learn more about the internals of Windows and Linux executable files. OXY is a programming language orginally written using LLVM before being fully migrated to C++.
OXY aimed to allow developers to make feature-rich applications and games using powerful language-provided abstractions. It was designed to be a quick turnover language, letting a developer implement graphical interfaces very quickly and with few lines of code.More