David Evans has a degree in Mathematics with Computing and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, both from the University of Nottingham. David has been actively involved in computing since 1986.
David is a keen cyclist, riding with the Nottinghamshire CTC, taking part in sportive rides, and hoping to do some more triathlons. He also enjoys running and swimming and loves snowboarding. He is an active member of Nottingham Rowing Club where he was a committee member for over 12 years and secretary for four years, including during the club merger to form the largest rowing club in the East Midlands.
He also sings as a tenor in the Nottingham Harmonic Society, one of the top large choirs in the country.
Peter Sutton has a joint honours degree in Psychology and Philosophy, and an M.A. in Information Technology (IT), both from the University of Nottingham.
Peter's first taste of computing was list processing in POP-2, then using Apple Basic to drive an LED display for a novel peripheral attitude indicator. Work in electronic publishing has usually involved C, C++ and Java on Unix, Windows and MacOS. More recently he has taken to Groovy for prototyping and scripting work.
Aside from programming various Acrobat-related projects he has also spent time in IT support. Tasks have ranged from setting up Cisco routers and Cisco firewalls to managing daily backups and desktop trouble shooting. More recently he has been developing VoIP systems using Digium Asterisk, and he has also qualified as an ISO 27001 implementer.
Certified ISO 27001 Foundation Level
IBITGQ, Licence 400111, August 2012
Certified ISO 27001 Lead Implementer
IBITGQ, Licence 650181, August 2012
Certified ISO 27001:2013 Foundation Level Upgrade
IBITGQ, Certificate 98084, March 2014
Certified ISO 27001:2013 Lead Implementer Upgrade
IBITGQ, Certificate 485611, March 2014
Amateur dramatics — amateur productions of locally penned plays intended to get an audience thinking.
Football — especially as a ferociously committed defender in 5-a-side.
Skiing — competent if not exactly graceful.
Pottery — perhaps one day firing his own pots.