Welcome to greggwilliams.co.uk

About me?

Gregg Williams has recently completed 4 year MEng Computing upper second classification degree at University of Wales Swansea.
He is a Web Developer in Swansea (South Wales) and volunteers at a Port Talbot Charitable computer organisation. Gregg enjoys a challenge, working on solutions to unfamiliar problems or tasks. Previously part of a team maintaining an e-commerce website and has integrated Google checkout Level Two (Full Google checkout integration) using a combination of Classic ASP and C#.net with XML.
When time permits, he is also a general entrepreneur.
Curriculum Vitae
First year CS_134 web report

Hobbies include web design & development, rallying, music, tv and socialising (in reverse order almost).
Some things I've been working on (Testing site, not live)
Mobile device recognition (screen resolution) for Mobile Web Applications. Google Maps Integration. Custom DNS.
Swansea Glass Centre CMS site with strong SEO integration and reporting (year 4 project. Test server system is currently offline.)
Conference Management Application with online booking and payment (year 3 project. Test server system is currently offline.)


» Homework hell
28/09/16 13:51 from BBC News | Education | UK Edition
A school has ditched homework. What is the evidence about the value of taking work home from school?

» NUS president accused of 'anti-Semitic rhetoric'
28/09/16 13:14 from BBC News | Education | UK Edition
Student leaders accuse NUS president Malia Bouattia of anti-Semitic "actions and rhetoric".

» What's it like to be the child of a survivor?
28/09/16 12:35 from BBC News | Education | UK Edition
The child of two Holocaust survivors talks about being the keeper of their memories – and projects working with children of survivors of massacres in Rwanda and Bosnia talk about the impact handed down through families.

» Colchester high school abolishes 'traditional' homework
27/09/16 17:07 from BBC News | Education | UK Edition
A high school scraps traditional homework in favour of a more "independent" approach to learning.