I had no excuse for not attending DDDNorth this year, as it was held at Leeds University, a relatively short drive from home. Not that I'd be looking for an excuse - these free events are always superbly organised and
Earlier this week registration opened for this year's DDD North. This is one of my favourite conferences, so I excitedly shared the news across my social media accounts, prompting the following curious email from a local Recruitment Consultant: Subject: DDD
In which honours are bestowed upon me.
In which I make a pitch.
This blog post comes to you live from a Starbucks in the north of England. Yesterday I wrapped up another eight months’ stint contracting at my old haunt Marshalls Plc. It’s been a genuinely interesting gig, working on two
A couple of weeks ago, early one morning, my friend and fellow coder Scott asked a curious question: “Do you think that programming computers for a living gives you a negative outlook on life?”Now, Scott is unfortunately responsible for
Some pictures of my home office, from May 2009.
Tuesday of this week was a good day for conference announcements. First, Ben Hall announced the next Alt.Net.UK conference, to be held in London over the course of a full summer weekend. This includes an Alt.Net beers