• Josh Rogers

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Josh graduated in the summer of 2023 with a first-class MComp degree in Computer Science from the University of Leicester. The degree focused on algorithmic design, creating customer-facing software, and managing large teams in an agile-like environment. For their Bachelor's and Master's year projects, they used large data sets from external sources and transformed those into a format that could be interacted with by the public, considering access to varying demographics. Project themes ranged from supermarket price comparisons, collecting and collating census data, and tracking and suggesting Lego kits to build.

Josh's primary motivation for joining the AAPS community was to meet with like-minded individuals to help bring a change and pursue his passion for easing the barriers between the public and viable alternatives to driving - through modern technologies.


  • I am an absolute fanatic of Eurovision. For me it's the highlight of the year! On a good day, I could tell you the winners of each year since it started in 1956.
  • I have been on two quiz shows (Lightening on BBC Two, and Pointless on BBC One) since 2021, and sadly have not won any money yet.
  • Since 2019, I have worked for the National Citizen Service project and have taught over 160 teenagers life skills and how to make a difference in their local communities.
  • My favourite film has to be "Amélie", a French rom-com from the early 2000s. It's jaw-droppingly beautiful and the story throws me through a loop every single time.
  • I'm often found either near my espresso machine or the cafés in around campus and the city centre, sipping on lattes and cortados throughout the day.

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