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Hey I’m Steve, a Software Engineer with 15+ years experience writing PHP, Ruby & Python. I specialize in building web apps using frameworks like Laravel, Rails, React and Vue.js.

I work remotely with teams to build appropriate, elegant and reliable solutions to complex problems – helping global companies, start-ups and web agencies reach business goals with technology, on-budget, on-time. I'm from the UK and currently in Phu Quoc, Vietnam.

I also write blog posts and maintain a few projects on GitHub. If you’re interested in hiring me check out my resume and drop me a line. I am currently looking for remote contracts/roles.


  1. A set of Doctrine 2 extensions

    PHP 1.8k 389

  2. Laravel wrapper for Facebook's GraphQL

    PHP 1.8k 226

  3. πŸ“οΈLaravel Browsable API is a package for serving human-friendly HTML output when using a browser, based on Django REST Framework's Browsable API

    PHP 7

  4. πŸŒ‡ Netlify functions for taking screenshots of webpages using Puppeteer

    JavaScript 1

  5. πŸ™οΈ Drop-in replacement of for Django

    Python 3 3

  6. πŸ“‘οΈ Wi-Fi CLI MacOS is a command line utility for managing network connections on MacOS

    JavaScript 9 1

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Contributed to gundotio/worf, stevelacey/netlify-screenshot, stevelacey/stevelacey and 5 other repositories

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January 2022

Created 4 commits in 1 repository
Opened 3 pull requests in 1 repository
99 contributions in private repositories Jan 1 – Jan 20

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