a load of stuff about me

Currently I'm at FLOWN - we provide a toolset to bring mindfulness and deep work to your daily task. My role there is as the CTO - we're using a tech stack build on Nextjs/Vercel with MongoDB as our backend and DATOCMS.

Things I'm interested in: love the museum and cultural world and spent a few years as the technical lead at the Royal Academy of Arts. Passionate about education - I have worked in an education focussed startup, ran a coding course for Mum's in Tech and often do talks at General Assembly. Love reading. I also do quite a bit of sport - mainly lots of running and recently trained to be a yoga teacher.

This website is a place for a bunch of fun, small projects and experiments.

You can learn more about what interests me and what I am currently working with by reading my blog.

Please feel free to contact me - particularly if you are interested in learning to code - I continue to work with organisations that help bring new developers into the industry. I also have some availability for mentoring.

E-Mail: hello@mikemjharris.com

Twitter: @mikemjharris

Blog: blog.mikemjharris.com

Github: mikemjharris

Linkedin: Mike MJ Harris

Mike Harris

I'm a web-developer. See the other boxes for more about me, how to contact me and to see some of my projects.

Originally I built this site and you couldn't click on the box you just did. Well you could but it didn't do anything. I even hinted at this as its border didn't change when you hovered over it.

It made sense. At least to me. But not to the world. Everyone wanted to click on this box. And complained when they couldn't.

So I made it so you could. And here you are. Not sure what I should write as everything useful is in the other boxes. But hopefully just the fact of clicking and something appearing made you warm and fuzzy.

I will probably change this page/website one day. Until I change it this will be here. Obviously.

Enjoy the rest of my site.
My Blog: blog.mikemjharris.com

A split between technical posts - such as the infrastructure behind the blog and CD/CI - and more thought posts. Working out at about a post every other month. It's mostly interesting stuff for me but you may find the odd bit useful.
Some of the projects I have built on the web. I also built this site. My expertise is Ruby and Ruby on Rails - with a smattering of Javascript and lots of CSS. Recently I have been playing around with MongoDB, Express, Angular and Node.