Every year Swansea University's Computer Science department run an "Undergraduate Challenge". The rules are simple: You must create a mobile or web application (from scratch) that utilises a minimum of 2 APIs. At the end of the year, the entry with the most number of users will be given the winning title and earn some cash - 2nd and 3rd place also get prizes. The idea is simple: You take a Twitterer, or a Tweet, enter it's information (such as "stephenfry" or "1526598596958") and then click go! The application goes away, retrieves information about all the re-tweets and the proceeds to tell you how far, how fast and how long that Tweet has travelled (or been travelling). It also gives a pretty visualisation displaying where in the world those re-tweeters are based.
I am an Architect of the Future... or so one of my lecturers told me. About to graduate from Swansea University, with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, I am highly interested in all things technology related, although I have a strong passion for Web and Future Technologies, Social Media, Cryptography and Security, and Computer Science in Education. I have 6 years experience working with web technologies and specialise in PHP with a MySQL database, although I am happy to work with the requirements of your project or any systems that are already in place. I have a vast amount of experience in modifying existing content management systems and open source software. Examples include: OpenCart, Magento, osCommerce, TrellisDesk, osTicket. Whilst I may not have any specific experience relating to *your* project, I'm able to pick-up new languages and system layouts *extremely* quickly and implement any modifications you want in a timely and professional manner. I always guarantee a high calibre of work and I am more than happy to discuss your needs and requirements throughout the project.