About Me

Programmer. Tinkerer. Web developer.

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Bio

Tom Moore is an up-and-coming full-stack web developer, a lover of clean, lean, readable code and simple, elegant design. A voracious learner, he is currently enrolled in freeCodeCamp, updating his skills.

As an aspirational guitarist, when he’s not coding or tinkering, Tom might be found patiently transcribing his favourite songs, or writing his own.

Portfolio

Some of my recent projects

Multilingual Website

Link to www.scholacarta.co.uk

A multilingual website – in English and Russian – for an educational consultancy, built using Symfony Framework, Bootstrap and jQuery.

Recursive jpegtran Tool

Link to jpegopt GitHub repository

A shell script utility – jpegopt – for recursive optimisation of multiple jpeg files using jpegtran.

PopClip Extension

Link to mdList2Table GitHub repository

A PopClip Extension – mdList2Table – to convert markdown-formatted lists into markdown-formatted tables.

Typewriter Tribute Page

Link to Random Quote Machine on codepen.io

A Free Code Camp project to build a simple tribute page. Uses Bootstrap and Font Awesome.

Random Quote Machine

Link to Random Quote Machine on codepen.io

A Free Code Camp project to build a Random Quote Machine. Powered by Quotes on Design and Unsplash and built using Bootstrap, jQuery, JavaScript and Font Awesome.

Local Weather App

Link to Local Weather App on codepen.io

A Free Code Camp project to build an app that shows the local weather. Powered by OpenWeatherMap and built using jQuery, JavaScript, Font Awesome (responsive styling handled with flexbox).

Wikipedia Search Engine

Link to Wikipedia Search Engine on codepen.io

A Free Code Camp project to build a Wikipedia Viewer. A user can go to a random wikipedia article, or can search for articles using the search box. The search is powered by Wikipedia's MediaWiki API. The site's design is based on Google's Material Design language for web - Material Design Lite - but with handed-crafted css (incorporating Flexbox), and uses jQuery.

Twitch Stream Monitor

Link to Twitch Stream Monitor on codepen.io

A Free Code Camp project to build a Twitch Streamer. The user can view an array of Twitch streams and their status, whether a channel is currently streaming, as well as filter on the status of the streams. The monitor is powered using Twitch's own API. The design is based on a Twitch app interface, uses jQuery, Font Awesome and hand-crafted CSS.

Contact

Connect with me!

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If you'd like to find out more about any of my projects, if you'd like to collaborate, or if you just want to say "hi!", then email me, or find me online.