We recruit only the best people and we don't hold them back. The result: a highly-talented team of 30 employees including 7 technical developers (many with first-class degrees in Computer Science), 3 front-end (UX) developers and a dedicated support team of 5. Each of our consultants is bright, easy to get on with and highly motivated to ensure your project is a success.
On an Agile project all team members communicate directly with our clients - so they speak your language (no jargon) and they are honest and upfront about issues and challenges.
Eric Clack has almost 20 years experience in delivering business benefit using web technology and software engineering - working at IBM, Quidnunc, Find a Property, and running Bright Interactive for the past 15 years.
He's grown from graduate to experienced consultant through many roles: from test specialist, software developer, technical project manager, systems architect and director. This breadth of experience has given Eric insight into all aspects of web engineering and a solid understanding of how technology needs to meet real life requirements -- and how to spot when it won't!
Martin Wilson has over 18 years experience in the software development industry. For the first 6 years he worked as developer for a software consultancy in London and San Francisco. For the last 12 years he has been running Bright Interactive.
His experience covers all aspects of the specification, architecture, design, development and project management of highly usable web applications and websites. His technical background includes a wide range of programming languages (including Java and C++), relational databases, Java Application Servers and the implementation of Digital Asset Management Systems.
Kevin Bennett has 8 years Web Development experience, including a work placement at IBM before joining Bright Interactive. His skills include Java, Python, Hibernate, Sql Alchemy, Spring, Struts, Unix/Linux and his areas of expertise cover e-commerce and Content Management Systems.
Michael Blom has over 9 years experience in the software industry, working primarily as a Developer in Scrum & XP teams using Java & Python. He has experience spanning the full project life-cycle and specialises in test-driven development and automated testing & deployment.
Alastair Bird joined us as a UI Developer straight from the University of Plymouth after securing a degree in BSc Digital Art & Technology, specialising in game design. Whilst studying Alastair spent his spare time and summers freelancing on a variety of web-based projects for local companies such as a wifi login system used at Silverstone Formula One track last year.
Ben Collins joined us full-time as a Developer after two previous stints as an intern. He graduated from the University of Bristol in 2014 with an MEng in Computer Science.
Marco Primiceri is one of our developers, using Django and Java. Previously he has worked as a freelance engineer and web designer for a variety of companies, gaining valuable commercial experience.
Matt Stevenson has worked in software development for 12 years, his skills include: Java, ASP.NET (C#), Python, Perl, object oriented design and database design.
Kate McDonald is a Scrum Master and Project Manager in Bright Interactive's custom development team. Kate has over 7 years experience as a Project Manager and Business Analyst delivering consulting and software projects to a range of public and private companies. Most recently she was a project manager at City and Guilds Kineo, delivering customised open source learning management systems to a variety of large organisations.
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