Originally from Tunbridge Wells, I grew up in Crowborough and then went to Bath University to study Biochemistry.
While at university I discovered computers and decided that I'd much rather work with software than wetware. I now work as a database software analyst. I live in Bristol with my wife Catherine, daughter Jenny and son Charlie.
I enjoy cycling, unicycling, juggling, reading, whisky and real ale.
Danny & Catherine
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