Hi, my name is Paul Bradley. I am a software developer with over 21 years programming experience. I currently specialise in cross platform software development creating software which runs on Windows and Linux.
I am currently employed by the National Health Service creating innovative medical software to assist doctors & consultants with their day to day operations. You can review my skills, proficiencies and experience by visiting my work profile.
You can review my professional profile on LinkedIn.
I occasionally post on Twitter @NHSdeveloper
A bald eagle, the bird not me.
Outside of my NHS work I volunteer as a parent governor at the local village primary school, and help raise funds for the school as a member of the PTA. I am also an elected member of the local astronomical society.
I provide Linux web server administration support for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation ensuring that their web server is kept updated with security patches. I also ensure that the database is backed up and kept secure.
Two afternoons a week I run codeclub sessions at two local schools teaching children aged 9-11 the concepts of designing and writing code. The video below shows what one of my year 5 students created using scratch.
I like to write and publish short articles on programming & technology on this site. Here are some of my most popular articles and code examples:
I enjoy rock climbing, which I recently took up after a holiday to the Alps. I also enjoy doing crazy things like riding this super long and fast zip wire.