Arron Rouse has been working in IT since 1986 and was immersed in code long before then. He is a reassuringly expensive consultant analyst and author who has been advising banks, software houses and FTSE100 companies for more than a decade. Before becoming an analyst, his development claims to fame included designing several software systems that are used by thousands of people and writing an extraordinarily fast voxel graphics engine in assembly language. Arron wrote several hundred articles for Mike Magee during The INQUIRER years and the two have been known to get together for a beer in old London town on occasion. A definite eclectic, among other things he has previously worked as a chef, has been a licensed NLP Meta Master and once went to the Seychelles to direct the action sequences for a movie.