Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1971 and became a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in 1981. Worked for Ideal Standard, Comet and ABI then started Saxon in 1980 at the beginning of the personal computer revolution. In the first decade he created software that was marketed by Amstrad and The Timex Corporation then later steered the company towards creating solutions for running medium sized companies. Installed systems software for up to 100 simultaneous users all over the UK, Europe and the USA.
In 1988 David also started writing a monthly column entitled Under Development for Computer Shopper magazine about the trials of being a professional software developer; this is still going strong after 330 episodes.
When not designing systems and managing IT projects David is a keen runner who uses his own program to calculate target times for handicap races run by Beverley AC and also enjoys hillwalking and mountain climbing.
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