I'm Sam Kemp a programmer and web developer trying to get noticed.
Skilled in Computer Repair, Debian, PHP, C++ and more.
For a while, I have been making bots for the popular VoIP, instant messaging and digital distribution platform Discord.
Sacred Aftermath is a game made in 30 hours, as a solo project, during the 2018 GameJam at the University of Bolton.
I spend a lot of my time developing small 'web toys' and various other small projects using Unity, Java and more. I also enjoy tinkering with various technologies.
When I am away from my computer, I enjoy playing Hockey and Swimming. I follow a number of sci-fi and fantasy genre movies and television shows, and I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technological advancements.
I'm taking on Mind's 10,000 steps a day in October challenge.
Now more than ever, people struggling from mental health problems need our support. In the UK, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem this year. Mind needs your help so that they can be there for anyone who needs them, on the phone, in local communities and campaigning for change.
Please support my 10,000 steps a day challenge by donating to my fundraiser. You donation will help to make sure that information and support is available for everyone - on Mind's website, the helplines they run and through their online community, Side by Side.
Donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/samkemp6
Sitel, a worldwide customer service company, have not renewed my contract as a Community Admin for NHS Test and Trace.
Due to the combined efforts of everyone working for the NHS, in both front line and Test and Trace roles, as well as the country working through the virus the Test and Trace campaign at Sitel is coming to an end and thus slowly reducing the workforce. I was unfortunately in one of the first groups to be let go.
Continuing my work at Sitel, a worldwide customer service company.
I have moved from an Outbound Caller for NHS Test and Trace to a Community Admin, also for NHS Test and Trace, where I am now responsible for assisting the Outbound Callers with difficult cases as required.