St Andrews student Thomas Grimes won 3rd prize in the Scottish Software Engineer of the Year Award 2011. He received a trophy and a cheque for £1500.
Tom graduated from Computer Science from St Andrews in 2011 and currently studying in America towards a Masters in Computer Forensics.
Tom’s project involved creating screen replication software for the Macintosh lab although his final product also works on Windows and Linux.
Tom follows in the footsteps of other prize winners from St Andrews who in recent years have included Alistair Scott, Craig Paul, Angus MacDonald, Ben Catherall and Graeme Bell.