London design, Ruby on Rails, and iOS development studio
We've been in London for more than 10 years, operating as New Bamboo until joining thoughtbot in 2015. We've worked with great clients such as Red Bull, Walt Disney, and the UK government. Along the way, we created successful developer-facing products PandaStream and Pusher.
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Meet the London team
Head of Finance
Anne found her way into Finance accidentally, but now loves working with growing tech and creative ventures. In her spare time she is setting up a micro-brewery.
Murtaza has always been fascinated by time. He spent a lot of it as a computational physicist in academia before realising that being a developer in our London office is just as fun, challenging and rewarding. He also enjoys being a husband, a father, a technophile, an avid reader and a tea drinker. Often at the same time.
Bruno feels like he was born much too early in historical terms, and his affection for technology is mostly about making the future happen faster to correct this unfortunate turn of events. He strives to create products that stand the test of time, adapt to change and are easy to work with. Originally from Portugal, he has worked and lived in Lisbon, Warsaw, Hilversum, Amsterdam and now London. A bookworm citizen of the world, he likes his work to have a positive impact on its users, and society in general.
With a diverse background, Masha then joined the web development industry. She likes to experiment with the Raspberry Pi, and her favourite personal project is a speech recognition translation application.
Originally from London, Laurie was an academic working with physics and computer science before switching to the world of tech. He fills his spare time with photography.
Pablo Brasero Moreno
Pablo plays with computers all day. On occasion he's angry at them. Sometimes software products come out the other side. All this while listening to heavy metal and pretending he can play bass guitar.
After starting out as a freelancer working with iOS and Ruby, Nick founded a startup where he worked on an iOS app & API for fitness classes. At thoughtbot, he continues to move deeper into the world of Ruby and Swift.
Rob is a developer at our London office. He has a not-so quiet obsession with best practices and striving for continuous improvement. In his spare time he likes to hunt down delicious beers and coffees. As a Stoke City season ticket holder, he regularly travels back to the grim north to support his beloved Potters.
Lloyd is a Designer at thoughtbot’s London office. He is an advocate of component based design and formulating them into brand style guides. He is a big Manchester United fan and prefers his cereal with warm milk.
Niall is a developer at thoughtbot's London office. He has been building websites since the late-90s, originally with PHP before discovering Ruby. He is a keen football fan and in his spare time runs a popular Manchester United website. He also enjoys chasing a small white ball around large green fields (a.k.a. playing golf).
Daniel is a design literate developer, drummer and all round musician, who spends his days quietly noodling away on his guitar at thoughtbot London. Sometimes he stops playing long enough to write a bit of code.
Oli is a developer at thoughtbot London. In the past he's worked for e-commerce retailers and became rather hooked on A/B testing. These days you'll probably find Oli building a website in Ruby or an iOS app in Swift, most probably with an espresso nearby.
Luke is a designer from the east of England. Not scared to break convention, and always looking forward – He is happiest creating simple, usable and interesting interfaces. He usually tells people that he "makes websites look pretty and stuff".
Becky is a physics graduate from Cambridge University (UK) who taught English in China before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. She mostly worked in the not-for-profit sector before venturing into the tech sector. She enjoys spending time with her kids.