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Find out more about Nathan Pitman

What do you do?

I'm the architect behind our web based applications.

What do you do when you’re not doing that?

I have 3 children so much of my free time is spent with them; bike rides, trips to the cinema and meals out. When I get the chance I love to spend some 'father and son' time with my 10 year old playing World of Tanks.

Tell us something we don’t know about you…

At college I was nicknamed 'The Guvner'. Something to do with the fact that I always took the lead in team projects I think. A fairly high percentage of the students and staff never knew my real name.

Favourite food?

I'm a sucker for a 'mild' curry and some quality Indian Beer. Korma FTW!

Favourite Holiday (destination) and why?

It has to be Egypt. I took a holiday there way back in 2001 before I had kids. It was perhaps the best holiday I've ever had and I would love to visit again at some point in the future.

What did you want to be when you were at school?

I remember that when I was at Primary School I wanted to be an automotive designer, I used to wake up early on Saturday mornings so I could spend as much time as possible drawing cars! I guess I was always destined to have a career in design.

Tell us a secret about someone else from iHasco…

Davids favourite drink is a Disaronno + Coke.

Recent articles by me

Improvements to SCORM packages

We've made some important changes to our SCORM packages to ensure more reliable course content playback in third party LMS's. If you're using our SCORM packages then you should download…

Scheduled Maintenance: Wednesday 13th June

Our application will be offline throughout the evening of Wednesday the 13th of June and possibly during the early hours of Thursday the 14th of June for scheduled maintenance. We…

Retirement of our Data Protection Course

On the 25th of May the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force across Europe and here in the UK. Prior to GDPR becoming 'a thing' iHasco already offered a Data…