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Andy

Engineering Director

MEng - Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London - CEng FCMI MIET ACGI

I am ITDev’s Engineering Director and have held this role for more than ten years.

I am passionate about maintaining a great company culture at ITDev and ensuring that the engineering team have all of the support they need to deliver outstanding results. I also enjoy building long term customer relationships and helping to deliver ground-breaking products. Having helped ITDev's clients to develop the first commercial implementations of several evolving standards, I have experience of delivering award winning products in the face of changing requirements.

Prior to joining ITDev, I held roles at Philips Semiconductors and Semtech, where I gained experience in digital and mixed signal design, as well as software development and project management.

I grew up in Bournemouth and now live in Winchester with my wife and two children. Much of my time, outside of work, is currently spent managing the design and build of our new house, which we hope to move into next year.

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Posts by Andy:

Posted 22nd March 2018
Can Continuous Integration, or CI, really make you and your team look awesome? We had a customer visit us recently for a progress meeting. We logged into our Continuous Integration platform and ...more
Posted 22nd February 2018
Within industry, the understanding and use of Continuous Integration, or CI, varies greatly. From no awareness, to “we'd like to be doing that”, to highly integrated solutions to advocates. Here we ...more
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Latest Blog Posts

Posted 4th March 2019, By Lucas N
Our first CI deployments brought many benefits but we felt that there was still a lot of room for improvement. This blog explores how we addressed these ...more
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Posted 11th January 2019, By James H
Making a Stratum 1 Linux Time Server: Part 3 We have found out in the previous two parts of this series why distributed devices might need a method to ...more
Posted 14th December 2018, By James H
In the previous article we saw that getting distributed devices to agree on the current time is hard. This article, the second in a series of three, will ...more
Posted 4th December 2018, By James H
Generally distributed devices will need to agree on time in order to effectively coordinate tasks but getting everyone to tell the same time is challenging! ...more

Latest News

Posted 26th March 2019
On 7th March, ITDev brought together peers and associates from over 20 companies to discuss Continuous Integration (CI). As part of the event, we were ...more
ITDev at University of Southampton Careers Fair 2019
Posted 26th February 2019
With available graduate and internship places for this year, ITDev attended the University of Southampton's Engineering and Technology Careers Fair.
Posted 15th February 2019
Following our company tradition, we recently donated the proceeds from our staff-run tuck shop to our nominated charity, Winchester Churches Nightshelter.
Posted 23rd January 2019
Following on from ITDev's growth in 2018, we are delighted to announce that we have welcomed a further 2 new starters to the team: Simon and Quentin. With ...more