Hi and welcome to my site. My name is Surinder Bhomra. This is a site for all things technical and anything else that may interest me. Have a browse and let me know what you think. I am always interested in feedback relating to any of my posts.
Experienced developer with around 10 years experience, working alongside many industry sectors, developing pretty cool solutions for TV, retail and corporate.
Well, what can I tell you about me? I’ve been interested in computers from a young age ever since the day my Dad bought home our first computer. An Acorn Archimedes A3000. Classic! I then went onto studying IT throughout my school years. My interest in learning the basics in HTML and programming eventually led me to Oxford Brookes University where I graduated with a BSc Information Systems in 2006. After University, I became a full-time programmer working in .NET technologies, mainly specialising in ASP.NET web applications.
I am an experienced developer with around 10 years experience and throughout that time had the pleasure working alongside many industry sectors, developing pretty cool solutions for TV, retail and corporate. I love working in Microsoft based technologies and even though my language of choice is C#, I have been known to dabble in other technologies and adapt to what a project requires.
I have a particular interest in working with API integrations, whether that is architecting API layers myself or consuming data externally, which fits in well with another interest of mine: mobile applications!
I'm currently a Senior Developer working at an awesome digital agency - Syndicut, working on a wide variety of interesting and complex projects. So I could be working on anything from custom applications and website builds to using platforms such as Kentico. I’ve also worked on other platforms such as Saleforce, EPiServer CMS and SharePoint.
When I am not sat down blogging with a cup of tea and a few chocolate Hobnobs in hand, I am a big film enthusiast and go to the cinema any chance I get. I've been also known to go on random hikes, which is clearly evident from the photo (above) and drive down winding roads in my Audi to get there!