2018 in review

It’s been a big, small year for me. Big personally with a new job, but smaller publicly, although I’m now in a position to make more time for conferences following DDD Scotland and CodeCraftConf this year. I’m still adjusting to agency life, but that might be because it’s been a big, amazing year for Screenmedia. … More 2018 in review

My 2017 in review

After the whirlwind of 2016, 2017 looked like a quieter year. Fewer talks, some interesting and rewarding challenges bringing a new product to market, and a chance to build and reflect on what it means to be a technical leader, to move jobs, and to be productively lazy. Although I notice there’s still a lot … More My 2017 in review

Microsoft Edge, ungooglability and a new class of bugs

Microsoft definitely has a naming problem. .net core was one thing, but calling a browser Edge was just trolling developers. Try searching for “Edge CSS” or “JavaScript Edge”. It’s a lesson in frustration, which means the bugs in the new browser are extra painful to debug because it’s that much harder to find the blog … More Microsoft Edge, ungooglability and a new class of bugs

My 2016 in review

2016 was a big year for me. A new job, a new house and the first full year following the John Sonmez blogging course. I got back into public speaking, with my talk about APIs, and the follow-up usable APIs guided conversation at CodeCraftConf, although I missed out on the return of DDD Scotland. I … More My 2016 in review

Scheduling Posts

Note : Family is important, so after this schedule, I’ll be taking a break until the new year. I had a few problems with this bug in the WordPress Android client, but I’ve really come to find the ability to schedule posts for the future valuable. Although I always try to post at lunchtimes, I … More Scheduling Posts