Hut Six started life as Jo Cox Design back in 2006. The new name is a nod to the code breakers that worked out of Bletchley Park during the Second World War.
I started building websites when I was 14, in an age of table layouts and 56k modems. It began as a hobby, and then it became a part time job. Whilst I was studying for a history degree I was building websites. When I started training to become an ICT teacher I was building websites. Eventually I decided I should just be building websites.
By about 2010 I was getting so many calls from people wanting WordPress websites that I decided to make it my specialism. I dedicated all my spare time to learning it inside out, and in 2012 I released my first theme into the WordPress repository. It was downloaded more than 30,000 times and had a near perfect user rating. Now most of my time is spent building, maintaining, and training on WordPress. I never stop learning.
The Original Hut 6
For anyone who is interested, like I am, Hut 6 was a section of the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS) at Bletchley Park. During WW2 it housed a team tasked with decoding German Army and Air force messages, which were then passed on to Hut 3 for intelligence to work on. You can find out more about Bletchley Park’s role in the Second World War at www.bletchleypark.org.uk
More About Me
In my free time I’m into football, running, writing, photography, and tinkering with musical instruments. I’m the Secretary of Launton Ladies Football Club and co-founded a music review website called MTTM, which supports women who want to get into music journalism. I also adopt bunnies. You can view some of my photos on Flickr.
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