My ramblings about business, tech and stuff.
Confucius said in 500BC “Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance”.
I’ve recently had a few discussions about velocity.
Over the past year I’ve been lucky enough to co-found a startup and build a range of products from scratch. While I’ve built many products from scratch, my previous most recent role was at the other end of the spectrum - with a mature company and products.
I’ve been receiving Your disk space is critically low messages for the past couple months.
We’re using the awesome Apollo client and server libraries in Node.js & React / React Native apps. They’ve been reliable, full featured and mostly easy to use - albeit with reasonable learning curve. Which is totally understandable since they are doing a lot for you.
When we started evaluating GraphQL for a new project, it seemed to have as many detractors as fans.
One of the first services you sign up to when creating software is an online Source Control Management (SCM) service. GitHub is the largest and the most well-known, and was the first service we signed up to.
In my last post I talked about some of my thinking around choosing technology and how it fits alongside solid processes and tooling.
I’ve been starting quite a few new software projects lately - yea!
Excited to announce the launch of Bray Technologies.
This post follows on from part 1 to provide some practical advice on how to get started with Machine Learning.
It’s a great time to start thinking about using Machine Learning. The technology is powerful mature and accessible. App developers are embedding the technology in their solutions, but you can also build custom solutions.
Creativity Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration Ed Catmull and Amy Wallace
Now I have a simple blog platform using Jekyll & GitHub Pages, I need to see whether anyone is looking at it!
There appears to be more blogging options around now than ever before. Although a lot of the popular platforms of the past are being overtaken by more modern, simpler solutions - like medium.com.
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