I'm Phil, been working with computers and IT for over 40 years. Starting in the 70's I wrote my first programs at the age of 11 when the output was via a dot matrix printer with green stripes on the paper and the input was a hole punch card. Floppy disks still a dream and cobol. fortran and pascal the languages we were learning Ive moved on a little from there and have been involved in programming robots, run a software company with several hundred sites and worked with joomla since mambo. clients have included Shell, NHS (type 2 diabetes site) and several Uk police sites.
|Google Summer of Code Joomla Team||Member||May 2021|
|Joomla! Volunteer Engagement Team||Member||Apr 2021|
|Events Team||Assistant Team Leader||Mar 2021|
|CMS Release Team||Member||Nov 2020|
|PBF Organization Working Group||Member||Jun 2019|
|Production||Department Member||Aug 2016|
|Team||Position||Role||Date Started||Date Ended|
|Events Team||Member||Mar 2021||Mar 2021|
|Events||Department Member||Feb 2021||Mar 2021|
|Events Team||Contributor||Feb 2021||Mar 2021|
|Joomla! Volunteer Engagement Team||Contributor||Dec 2020||Apr 2021|
|Google Summer of Code Joomla Team||Team Leader||Team Leader||Nov 2020||May 2021|
|Joomla 4 Working Group||Member||Jan 2017||Mar 2019|
|CMS Release Team||Team Leader||Aug 2016||Nov 2020|
After writing my own CMS type software I came across mambo and then Joomla and decided that was a better way to go.
I went to my first Joomla Day in Maidstone and soon after formed the London Joomla User Group https://joomlalondon.co.uk/ which has been running for over a decade with monthly meetings.
Have written plugins, modules and components. Contributed to the documentation of Joomla and have lead the CMS release team for a number of years. Recently helped with the PBF (Pizza Bugs and Fun) in 2019 and run the BF@H (Bugs and Fun @Home) events
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