Who is Michael Clark?
I am a technology enthusiast who creates high quality products. After graduating in Computer Science from Queens’ College, Cambridge, I moved to Spain to develop the registration, chat and events for the Spanish social network Tuenti. Then I completed “the tough stuff” for Katana in Cambridge. Now I am freelancing internationally and staying aware of fulltime opportunities around Cambridge.
Majors used often
Minors used occasionally
Formally trained in
at the University of Cambridge
Aiming to improve by
Learning industry best-practices and solidifying knowledge from Cambridge. Working in proficient teams.
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Thanks to the Rouxbe Cooking School, I have progressed from vegetable pasta to ‘pan-fried rainbow trout with hasselback potatoes, diced steamed carrots and beurre blanc.’ Right now I am 50% through ‘The Cook's Roadmap — Level 1’ and aiming to use these new skills to bring friends and family together.
My current goal is to complete 50 unique meals, and my reward is a Kyocera Ceramic Sandgarden Chefs Knife.
I keep fit with a mixture of cycling, running and gym. My aim for 2013 is to complete a half-marathon under 1:45 and bench 90kg incline for reps. I created my Strength Level Calculator back in 2007 to quantify weight lifting scores irrespective of bodyweight.
Personal bests: 40:04 10km run, 1:39 for 6min erg, 180kg deadlift, 120kg bench, 70kg barbell curl
Rowing was my primary sport at Cambridge. After a year of training I joined Queens’ M1 and together we achieved blades in Lent Bumps 2010, the highest accolade in Cambridge College Rowing.