Hometown: Mineralnyje Vody, RU
June 2, 2013
Learned about it from Fiona Nielsen on the NHS Hack Day in London.
Yes, but I'd rather not make it public.
I'm a software developer who had worked on medical applications (EEG/ECG signal analysis and compression) after graduation and is now missing it. Been doing business-oriented web development for the last 4 years focusing mostly on APIs and manipulation with data. Prior to that worked as a PM and system analyst.
Technically, the website has some issues with its stylesheets and layout, but I wouldn't say that's critical for this kind of website as is it not aimed at random visitors (aka ad clicker zombies). People probably come there for a reason and they wouldn't leave just because of some form breaking free from its container in Firefox. And a random person wouldn't stay even if the site is flawless. The information part could've been more detailed though. At the moment there are more testimonials there than the actual info about the project.
A software developer and architect based in London.