Masters degree in Physics from Oxford, followed by consultancy experience at PA Consulting and KPMG, followed by Masters degree in Artifical Intelligence at Imperial, leading up to Abstract Leap.
Large variety of experience, working in FTSE 100 private sector clients as well as across numerous public sector bodies. Technical architect on project awarded team MCA Award.
Our first full-time employee, George joined Abstract Leap in 2017. He has a degree in Physics from Durham University, excels in solving problems and writing elegant code. In his spare time competes for Britain as a Powerlifter.
Previously a research assistant in AI, developing algorithms to enable active inspection of bridges by swarms of drones. Has a complimentary passion for designing great UX and UI. A talented archer.
With experience including a PhD in Computer Vision and having previously founded his own software company before joining Abstract Leap, Peter has a broad range of knowledge and skills in designing and delivering through the whole software development lifecycle. When he’s not writing clean code he likes to try his hand at wildlife photography.
Formally a biologist with a PhD in Breast Cancer, Carrie joined Abstract Leap in 2021 after a career switch to programming. She loves problem solving and developing practical solutions. In her spare time, she crochets, participates in puzzle hunts and plays computer games.
We seek out the root causes of problems, understand business objectives and design solutions that really make a difference in the long term.
We aim to create simple solutions to complex problems. We make use of abstractions and tools to increase our productivity.
For us integrity means doing the right thing for our clients. We are not content to simply do what is asked of us. We strive to do the right thing for our clients, to do what they need and let them succeed.
Elegance, integrity and thinking deeply are all very good but we recognise that on their own they do not result in any meaningful change. We align ourselves with our clients, understand the value of our software and measure that value over time.
Goodness at Abstract Leap means two things: that our work should benefit society, and that we should always work in a good, professional manner.
In all our interactions with others we will treat them in a friendly, generous and considerate way. We may get in to conflict with people, or have differences of opinion, but we will always strive to be kind.