Paul Bradley

Software developer & health informatics expert

Paul Bradley

Hi, my name is Paul Bradley and I am a veteran software developer with over 21 years programming experience. I currently specialise in cross platform software development, creating software which runs on Windows, Linux and Android.

I have been developing web sites and web applications for over 13 years and I am proficient in jQuery, PHP, SQLite and MySQL / MariaDB – and have 6 years experience of setting up and supporting Ubuntu VPS web servers.

I am currently employed by the National Health Service creating innovative medical software to assist doctors and consultants with their day to day operations.

My current projects include:

ALMA – An enterprise wide clinic letters system, written in VB.NET & SQL Server the project makes extensive use of the RTF specification and the Word Object Model. The system is used by several departments and over 200 staff. ALMA pulls patient demographics and GP details from the main hospital system Quadramed speeding up letter production. Once the letter has been signed by the consultant, then a PDF representation of the letter is sent to the Evolve Electronic Medical Record (EMR)


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 like to write and publish short articles on programming & technology on this site, and I maintain an open source project called the LaTeX book template helping authors publish great looking books.

Here are some of my most popular articles and code examples:


Code released either for sale or free under an open source licence:

All my open source code can be downloaded from my Git repositories at

Paul Bradley
P: 07539 228 283


Paul Bradley

I am a father to two young men, a husband to a beautiful woman, a thinker, writer, wannabe astronomer and life-long learner. To keep updated with new content, you might like to subscribe to my RSS feed.