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Steve

Principal Consultant - Head of Software Engineering

BSc - Computer Science, University of Southampton - MIET

I began my career at ITDev as a graduate software engineer in 2007. My early roles at ITDev allowed me to gain valuable software experience on a variety of client-led projects, in a range of domains, with a large focus on the video broadcast market. More recently, I have managed some of the larger video projects at ITDev, building up an extensive knowledge of broadcast technologies and I now also manage the Software Engineering department.

I am currently striving to become a chartered engineer with the IET, with the full support of the company.

When I'm not enjoying my work in the friendly atmosphere at ITDev, I spend my time mountain biking and getting my hands dirty trying to keep my classic Mini running.

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