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I haven’t paid a lot of attention to the recent NHS cyber attack in the news, where the PC’s in many businesses worldwide, including many NHS sites, were shut down by the WannaCry ransomwhere. What has got my attention is the sheer amount of rubbish being spoken in the media, not helped by the fact […]

Summary A recent application I worked on had a large form that consisted of over 10 tabs worth of information – over 100 fields in total. This information came from another source (a tablet), and needed to be fully validated before being processed further. I searched around on the web looking for an example of […]

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We may think the Beatles simply sang about love, walruses and peace. But their songs actually contai [...]

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Being paid to do a job doesn’t make someone a professional. This post explains the crucial differenc [...]

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A summary of Mike Cohn’s most popular and engaging blog posts of 2017. [...]

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Being agile requires team members to overlap work but doing so brings uncertainty with it. Here’s ho [...]

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Scrum teams have too many meetings is perhaps the most common criticism of Scrum. But is it valid? [...]

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I recently got a updated laptop for work, a 15" Surface Book 2. It's quickly become my go- [...]

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A person at work chatted me, commenting on my recent blog posts on the Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Clust [...]

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I've put Dashcams in both my car and my wife's car. It's already captured two acciden [...]

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Docker for Windows is really coming along nicely. They have both a Stable and Edge channel and the E [...]

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Last year I found a company called SunFounder that makes great Raspberry Pi-related kits and stuff. [...]

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