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Drupal

Drupal an Enterprise ready solution

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Amid all the hype and momentum that is building around adoption of Drupal for sites of all sizes, there remains a bitter skepticism that Drupal is, or ever w...

Goodie Bag - DrupalCon Paris 2009

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No convention is complete without a giveaway bag of knick-knacks and propaganda handed to you at the door. DrupalCon Paris 2009 is no exception, with a custo...

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PHP

Drupal an Enterprise ready solution

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Amid all the hype and momentum that is building around adoption of Drupal for sites of all sizes, there remains a bitter skepticism that Drupal is, or ever w...

Goodie Bag - DrupalCon Paris 2009

less than 1 minute read

No convention is complete without a giveaway bag of knick-knacks and propaganda handed to you at the door. DrupalCon Paris 2009 is no exception, with a custo...

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Making

Force of Habit: Week 1 Review

4 minute read

A week has passed since I started this whole crazy personal R&D project, so I thought it was a good time to review the last seven days.

Force of Habit: Day 9 / RepRap Z-Axis Build

1 minute read

It’s alive! (sort of) There’s a point in most projects where you’ve been building lots of components and disparate parts and it feels like it’s never going t...

Force of Habit: Day 4 / RepRap Y-Axis build

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Building the RepRap print bed / Y-Axis Another stage of the RepRap build done today. The bed came together and there’s another installment of the timelapse ...

Force of Habit: Day 1

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Things are already starting to change. I just ran out to my workshop because I had forgotten to tin my soldering iron before I locked up for the night.

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Force of Habit

Force of Habit: Week 1 Review

4 minute read

A week has passed since I started this whole crazy personal R&D project, so I thought it was a good time to review the last seven days.

Force of Habit: Day 4 / RepRap Y-Axis build

2 minute read

Building the RepRap print bed / Y-Axis Another stage of the RepRap build done today. The bed came together and there’s another installment of the timelapse ...

Force of Habit: Day 1

less than 1 minute read

Things are already starting to change. I just ran out to my workshop because I had forgotten to tin my soldering iron before I locked up for the night.

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3D Printer

Force of Habit: Week 1 Review

4 minute read

A week has passed since I started this whole crazy personal R&D project, so I thought it was a good time to review the last seven days.

Force of Habit: Day 9 / RepRap Z-Axis Build

1 minute read

It’s alive! (sort of) There’s a point in most projects where you’ve been building lots of components and disparate parts and it feels like it’s never going t...

Force of Habit: Day 4 / RepRap Y-Axis build

2 minute read

Building the RepRap print bed / Y-Axis Another stage of the RepRap build done today. The bed came together and there’s another installment of the timelapse ...

Force of Habit: Day 1

less than 1 minute read

Things are already starting to change. I just ran out to my workshop because I had forgotten to tin my soldering iron before I locked up for the night.

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Drupalcon

Goodie Bag - DrupalCon Paris 2009

less than 1 minute read

No convention is complete without a giveaway bag of knick-knacks and propaganda handed to you at the door. DrupalCon Paris 2009 is no exception, with a custo...

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CMS

Drupal an Enterprise ready solution

1 minute read

Amid all the hype and momentum that is building around adoption of Drupal for sites of all sizes, there remains a bitter skepticism that Drupal is, or ever w...

Goodie Bag - DrupalCon Paris 2009

less than 1 minute read

No convention is complete without a giveaway bag of knick-knacks and propaganda handed to you at the door. DrupalCon Paris 2009 is no exception, with a custo...

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Conferences

Goodie Bag - DrupalCon Paris 2009

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No convention is complete without a giveaway bag of knick-knacks and propaganda handed to you at the door. DrupalCon Paris 2009 is no exception, with a custo...

Five tips for attending geek conferences

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From time to time, work creeps up on you and sucks every last drop of knowledge and energy from you as you push from project to deadline to client to deliver...

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Fabric

Fabric first steps - Directory creation

less than 1 minute read

Fabric is a tidy tool for deployment that neatly wraps up fussy, manual tasks into a tidy Python syntax. The simple API wraps up most of your common deployme...

Fabric - Installation

1 minute read

In this article from our Fabric series, I’m going to show you how to get set up with Fabric on your development environment. We’ll get down to installing the...

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Python

Fabric first steps - Directory creation

less than 1 minute read

Fabric is a tidy tool for deployment that neatly wraps up fussy, manual tasks into a tidy Python syntax. The simple API wraps up most of your common deployme...

Fabric - Installation

1 minute read

In this article from our Fabric series, I’m going to show you how to get set up with Fabric on your development environment. We’ll get down to installing the...

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Conventions

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OSX

OSX gestures for emacs scrolling

1 minute read

I’m now working in a Ruby on Rails team, which means I’m collaborating with a lot of TextMate users on a daily basis. I’ve been an Emacs user for years, and...

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Continuous Integration

Fabric first steps - Directory creation

less than 1 minute read

Fabric is a tidy tool for deployment that neatly wraps up fussy, manual tasks into a tidy Python syntax. The simple API wraps up most of your common deployme...

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Tutorial

Fabric first steps - Directory creation

less than 1 minute read

Fabric is a tidy tool for deployment that neatly wraps up fussy, manual tasks into a tidy Python syntax. The simple API wraps up most of your common deployme...

Fabric - Installation

1 minute read

In this article from our Fabric series, I’m going to show you how to get set up with Fabric on your development environment. We’ll get down to installing the...

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Emacs

OSX gestures for emacs scrolling

1 minute read

I’m now working in a Ruby on Rails team, which means I’m collaborating with a lot of TextMate users on a daily basis. I’ve been an Emacs user for years, and...

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Culture

You don’t own culture, you are culture

2 minute read

We’ve been wringing our hands about our startup’s culture recently. Like any successful startup, we are not only growing our team but we’re adjusting and ad...

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Arduino

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RepRap

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3D Printing

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Paris

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Agile

Drupal an Enterprise ready solution

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Amid all the hype and momentum that is building around adoption of Drupal for sites of all sizes, there remains a bitter skepticism that Drupal is, or ever w...

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Mac

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Halloween

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Build Scripting

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ANT

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Java

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Symfony

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Joomla

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Gmail

Outlook Web Access InboxZero Smackdown

1 minute read

Playing nice with email Anyone who works with clients or full-time employers, will sooner or later, find themselves faced with the supposed convenience of us...

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Outlook

Outlook Web Access InboxZero Smackdown

1 minute read

Playing nice with email Anyone who works with clients or full-time employers, will sooner or later, find themselves faced with the supposed convenience of us...

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Productivity

Outlook Web Access InboxZero Smackdown

1 minute read

Playing nice with email Anyone who works with clients or full-time employers, will sooner or later, find themselves faced with the supposed convenience of us...

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Tips & Tricks

Outlook Web Access InboxZero Smackdown

1 minute read

Playing nice with email Anyone who works with clients or full-time employers, will sooner or later, find themselves faced with the supposed convenience of us...

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GTD

Outlook Web Access InboxZero Smackdown

1 minute read

Playing nice with email Anyone who works with clients or full-time employers, will sooner or later, find themselves faced with the supposed convenience of us...

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Lisp

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Upcycling

Help me upcycle my old technology

2 minute read

As an old and seasoned geek, I’ve accumulated my fair share of outdated technology over the years. You know the stuff: old laptops, giant mobile phones and t...

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Clutter

Help me upcycle my old technology

2 minute read

As an old and seasoned geek, I’ve accumulated my fair share of outdated technology over the years. You know the stuff: old laptops, giant mobile phones and t...

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Minimalism

Help me upcycle my old technology

2 minute read

As an old and seasoned geek, I’ve accumulated my fair share of outdated technology over the years. You know the stuff: old laptops, giant mobile phones and t...

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Recycling

Help me upcycle my old technology

2 minute read

As an old and seasoned geek, I’ve accumulated my fair share of outdated technology over the years. You know the stuff: old laptops, giant mobile phones and t...

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Technology

Help me upcycle my old technology

2 minute read

As an old and seasoned geek, I’ve accumulated my fair share of outdated technology over the years. You know the stuff: old laptops, giant mobile phones and t...

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Product

Product development is language

1 minute read

Product development is like learning a foreign language. You must raise yourself above the embarrassment and uncertainty of knowing how to express your idea...

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Development

Product development is language

1 minute read

Product development is like learning a foreign language. You must raise yourself above the embarrassment and uncertainty of knowing how to express your idea...

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Startups

You don’t own culture, you are culture

2 minute read

We’ve been wringing our hands about our startup’s culture recently. Like any successful startup, we are not only growing our team but we’re adjusting and ad...

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Teams

You don’t own culture, you are culture

2 minute read

We’ve been wringing our hands about our startup’s culture recently. Like any successful startup, we are not only growing our team but we’re adjusting and ad...

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Leadership

You don’t own culture, you are culture

2 minute read

We’ve been wringing our hands about our startup’s culture recently. Like any successful startup, we are not only growing our team but we’re adjusting and ad...

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Management

Three Managers

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The Rookie - “Why doesn’t anything get done?!?”

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Business

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Scalability

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conferences

Web Performance Sing-a-long

1 minute read

I returned from Velocity Conference Europe 2013 today, just in time to get my two daughters to bed. Before we shuffled up to brush teeth and read stories, I ...

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web

Web Performance Sing-a-long

1 minute read

I returned from Velocity Conference Europe 2013 today, just in time to get my two daughters to bed. Before we shuffled up to brush teeth and read stories, I ...

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dadops

Web Performance Sing-a-long

1 minute read

I returned from Velocity Conference Europe 2013 today, just in time to get my two daughters to bed. Before we shuffled up to brush teeth and read stories, I ...

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Work

Exit interview yourself

1 minute read

Every Friday afternoon, write down everything that you would recommend in your exit interview. Be exhaustive. Be specific.

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Processing.org

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Quadcopter

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Creativity

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Raspberry Pi

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RaspberryPi

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Maker

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Comics

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LatinAmericaAdventure

Why I am running away to South America

5 minute read

One week from today, I will be on my way to South America. I’m leaving the UK for the winter, like a bird chasing the sun across the sea to warmer lands.

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