I have been developing web sites since 2004 and currently working in London as full-stack Senior Web Developer. I utilize and advocate in the layout, design and coding of websites specifically in PHP format. Experienced in developing applications and solutions for a wide range of corporate, charity and public sector clients and having the enthusiasm and ambition to complete projects to the highest standard. My ulitmate focus is on server side programming, release process, automation, and standards based web site design especially on Zend Framework. I also have a keen interest in developing Wordpress plugins and contributing to open source projects.

Areas of expertise

   PHP MVC Frameworks (Zend, CakePHP)

   CMS implementation (WordPress, Drupal)

   HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3 and Frameworks

   Javascript and JS Libraries (Jquery)

   SOAP and RESTFul Services

Who I've worked with

Recent works

Wordpress Plugins

Wordpress Poll

Wordpress Poll is completely ajax powered polling system. This poll plugin supports both single and multiple selection of answers.


Facebook Like Box

Facebook Like Box is a social plugin that enables Facebook Page owners to attract and gain Likes from their own website.


Twitter Tweets Box

Twitter Tweets Box is a Widgets let you display Twitter updates on your website.


3D Tag Cloud

3D Tag Cloud allows you to display your site's tags using jquery that rotates the tags in 3D. It works just like a regular tags cloud, but is more visually exciting. Clicking the tags will take you to the appropriate page.


Captcha Code

Adds Captcha Code anti-spam methods to WordPress forms. Forms include comments form, registration form, lost passwordform and login form. In order to post comments or register, users will have to type in the code shown on the image.


Ajax Search

This plugin will allow your website visitors to search the posts of your site without page refresh.


WPS Google Analytics

WPS Google Analytics allows you to easilly add your Google Analytics code through out the whole site. Just add your ID, choose if you are on a sub-domain (setting in Google Analytics), and enter the domain.