I am a Full-Stack Web & Software Developer with over fifteen years of experience. Over countless hours I have discovered that I have a passion and talent for creating works that are both highly functional and technically sound.

I have also discovered that I have a knack for understanding new theories & concepts – I am an adamant perfectionist when it comes to just about anything I do.

Current Skill set

  • Responsive Mobile first HTML & CSS3 – Bootstrap, SASS
  • JavaScript (Vanilla JS, JQuery, Angular)
  • PHP (Web Server & CRON)
  • CRM / CMS packages – WordPress, OsCommerce, Marketo
  • MySQL
  • Git
  • SEO & PPC
  • Java
  • Python
Legacy Technology
  • ASP (classic)
  • Visual Basic
  • Adobe Flash
Software Packages
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • MySQL
  • Jet Brains Web Suite
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Access
  • Maya 3d
  • and more…


At the start of 2019, I am entering my 4th year of a 6 year course Studying a Bachelor of
Computer Science with gaming specialisation at Charles Sturt University



A license Pyrotechnician in the state of N.S.W. Australia for over twenty years, performing
professional grade pyrotechnic shows ranging from from Chinese String Crackers, Indoor Close
Proximity Fireworks, Aerial Shells up to 125mm and Aerial Salutes up to 75mm.

A founding member of the Pyrotechnics Industry Association of Australia (PIAA), Based in Sydney
but have performing shows all over NSW for all types of events.

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An active member in the Skylines Australia NSW car club I regularly volunteer to help run events.

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National Pyrotechnics

iblott accessories


What is a fork?

First off, you need to understand what the blockchain really is… I’ll explain that in my post “What the hell is the blockchain?”

For now, I’ll presume you understand what the blockchain is. A fork is when a blockchain is separated into 2 different ledgers. This can happen in different ways, but most commonly it is done on purpose to spawn a new chain that is required to act in a slightly different way from the original. Some reasons are a functionality changes or a security update are known as a soft fork, creating an entirely new product is known as a hark fork.

This ‘fork’ process allows the two different blockchains to exist at the same time and diverge away from each other. These forks copy the original blockchain up to a certain point in time, then they are cut off to form its own blockchain. Therefore, they both have the same base blockchain, but will have no effect on each other from then on.

When discussing cryptocurrency, most hard forks are done to create a new currency. When this happens, often the wallets in the original blockchain that contain coins are automatically awarded the same amount of coins in the new cryptocurrency. So, it pays to have been lucky enough to have owned and have kept a hold of coins from the early stages of successful cryptocurrencies.

(July 19, 2019) Update: here is a really well made map of bitcoin forks over the years –

Often, a fork will see a coin’s value fall. If the fork isn’t done correctly it has the potential to the coin’s long term survival at risk. Conversely If the fork improves the systems stability a fork can be an excellent buying opportunity for a multitude of reasons.

Sometimes forks can happen naturally and for smaller forks the network can sort itself out, However there is a issue that many have large concerns about. It’s called the 51% attack and it’s not just Bitcoins Biggest problem.

The 51% attack is a theoretical attack that could arise if a single party becomes greater than 51% of the networks hashing power and has the potential to grant the the ability to modify transactions from the past as well as control future transactions. This in essence, is a fork. A really bad fork.

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I studied Digital Media for 12 months at Mt Druitt TAFE. While  doing so we studied The 3D Modeling Program ‘Maya’. During the course I produced a number of 3D scenes and a couple of 3D animated movies.

I have also played in other programs such as Bryce 3D, 3D Studio Max, Lightwave, Vue D’esprit and a few others. However, i have always returned to Maya as a personal preference.

Bellow are a number of works that i have produced from these various programs.

Bryce 3D: Balls

Vue D’esprit: Sulfuric

Maya: Living Room

Maya: Gauntlet