Hi! The name is James. I am currently working as a specialist in Asset Management at Unison (a power distribution company in New Zealand).
When the IT side of the brain is not being used, you may sometimes find me working as a locum pharmacist or writing a speech for the next Toastmasters meeting.
I scored straight A+ for all completed papers, with 94% being the average score. The papers accomplished are as below
I studied a variety of chemistry, biology, medicinal science, pharmacology, pharmaceutical, pharmacy practice, and law and ethics papers at School of Pharmacy (The University of Auckland). For my elective subject, I pursued the Introduction to Computer Science paper and achieved an A+
I have taken on an additional role as a Project Manager at Unison. Currently (re-)learning the ropes of a PM and what it means in the practical world.
When I am not messing around with coding, you can find me doing a bit of cooking or out cycling on the road in Hawkes Bay. As a proud lycra warrior, I have cycled from Napier to Mahia (170km) in September, stayed a night there, and cycled back to Napier the next day!
Profile photo credit goes to Tsumei.com
Tongan name correction (29th - 30th October 2016) - While visiting a close friend of mine in Tonga, she described her pharmacy dispensing software automatically capitalises the first letter after an apostrophe (exa'Mpl'E) for Tongan names. I developed two solutions to the problem: