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Originally a mechanical engineer, I took the life changing decision to follow my childhood dream of programming games for the BBC Model B aged 28. After gaining a 2:1 in Computing with AI and Industry from Leeds University I joined Epiphany Search in 2005 to develop our SEO offering.
Having studied a large number of technical disciplines such as Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms and Complexity, Programming, Advanced Programming, Natural Language Processing etc., I quickly gained a high level of technical knowledge leading to me being responsible for heading up the technical side of SEO at Epiphany.
I have also developed a large part of our internal toolkit and work closely with our internal development group to keep Epiphany ahead of the game. I am a founding member of the Epiphany think tank (Epiphany Experts) and have a keen interest in what Google is going to do next rather than what they are doing now.