Timothy Clark is a Software Engineer working in Cambridge, a member of the BCS, and a journeyman in the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists' where he is currently leading on a new education initiative. He previously studied at Lancaster University, where he was President of the Computer Science Society and President of Cartmel College. In 2020 he won the WCIT Gold University IT Award for his contributions to extra-curricular activity at Lancaster.
He has worked on a number of projects, primarily in web development. He has experience with React, NodeJS, WordPress, Bootstrap, Python, Golang and SQL amongst others. In his spare time he likes to go for walks, take photographs, and he enjoys playing Guitar and Ukulele.
BSc Computer Science, 2020
I have taught on the following modules:
WordPress website for the Friends of St. Paul’s Cathedral, upgrading them from a paper-based system to an online donation/registration form, database and member-exclusive content.
Assisted with some WordPress changes pending the full release of the website, and provided ongoing support adding content and fixing template bugs before release.
A python application that allows you to download assets included in a HTML file, allowing it to be stored offline.
Application that allows university modules to be linked so that their prerequistes and taught content can be viewed and analysed. Currently being built as part of an ongoing undergraduate research placement.
Personalised homepage creator with an easy-to-use web interface, implemented with client side logic for privacy and simplicity.
A simple, client-side To-Do list that serves as a proof of concept for JS functionality and CSS styling.
Simple web application that logs posts/messages temporarily to the UI, to showcase some CSS styling and basic JS.
Simple AppleScript application that allows a user to reset LaunchPad to its default layout.
Clone of “Patatap”, a website that allows you to create animations and sound with keyboard input.
Shell script providing an interactive interface to dump MySQL databases to a text file for backup or export.
Lightweight blogging application only requiring PHP as a dependency, it creates it’s own database.
Calendar icon styling written in CSS, which is easily embedded in small or large webpages.
Design a game level for the tile-based “Warrior”. Also proof of concept for a more general tool.