One of the surprising things about going through a separation and divorce over the last three to four years is rediscovering interests that I had forgotten about. Two of these have been cricket and American football and in particular the San Francisco 49ers.Continue reading San Francisco 49ers are through to the conference championships
Happy new year!
Human beings have seemingly been making new year’s resolutions for around 4,000 years. There is something about the year incrementing by one that somehow encourages folks to examine their past failures and vouch to do better in the year ahead.
And yet, research (and plenty of personal experience) shows that around 80% of resolutions will be broken by the second week of February.
There is a better way.Continue reading Marginal gains for development teams
This week I launched a mobile-first redesign of my SEC digital calendar website which is a resource for the Scottish Episcopal Church to enable anyone to integrate this year’s church calendar and lectionary with their digital calendar (e.g. Google Calendar).Continue reading SEC digital calendar website is now mobile first
Recently at work, we’ve been looking at standardising certain tools and events such as sprint reviews. This post looks at what a sprint review is and offers a suggested agenda.Continue reading What happens during a sprint review?
You know what it’s like—you’re not feeling well, you’re sitting in the GP’s surgery and she’s just asked if you’re okay with Penicillin.
Your mind goes blank.
I don’t know, am I? Shouldn’t your GP have this information on file?
I have a simple, portable solution.Continue reading Use a password safe to store your medication info