Welcome Daniel Morton
Hi, I’m Daniel Morton
I am a software developer at SDS. I first jumped into a BTECH Computing course at Guildford College in 2012 and after 2 years of studying, I came within the top 3 of my class and moved on to the University of Portsmouth excited to try out for a degree. After 4 Years of exams and coursework, I finally obtained my Degree which I am immensely proud of.
My main subjects are database design and data security as most of my degree was spent on these subjects within computing. Within my degree, I chose to complete a placement year where I went to a company that provided support to the NHS systems and was one of a three-man team providing network support to surgeries and hospitals over Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire areas.
Welcome Jack Benniman
Hello, I’m Jack.
I’m the new digital Marketing Apprentice at Shelton Development Services where I will be undergoing a range of responsibilities from maintaining SDS social media sites to designing e-shots. Previously I had been working at Sainsbury’s deciding whether to take up University and study History or take up an apprenticeship. However after reading into Digital Marketing Apprenticeships, it seemed like it the more logical choice for me to take up.
Outside of work my hobbies mainly include running, which I hope to run the Brighton marathon for a second time come April next year. Alongside this I also have an interest in football and photography creating work either for other people or personal use.
Here at SDS we look forward to witnessing their development within the company and have no doubt that they will provide a huge influence in the social housing sector.
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