Yesterday

Yesterday was my nan’s funeral. I was asked to share some thoughts from our close family about my nan and to do a reading of them at the service.

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There is no such thing as a work-life balance (working with burnout)

Last week I spoke at the Devs Love Bacon conference in London. When I was preparing the talk I found it easier to write out as a blog post first which would essentially turn into a rough “script” I would use for the talk itself. I’ve decided to publish the blog post here for people […]

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What I’d like to know as a speaker

Firstly, apologies for not getting round to writing this earlier, I’ve been meaning to for ages but suddenly got busy‚Ķ oops! Anyway, enough apologies, I’ll get on with it shall I! I mentioned this on Twitter after I received an email from Charlotte about speaking at Geeky earlier this month. It was brilliant, it gave […]

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The Designer Developer relationship

I’ve been a web developer for a few years now, mainly working at an agency, but with some freelance experience too. Generally this has meant the projects I work on will usually be alongside a designer, a situation which I’m sure many people are familiar with. This designer/developer relationship will therefore form the basis of […]

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OGN: more talk about education

In my last post I spoke about the things I’ve been doing in order to either help with education or bring more awareness to people about the current state of web education and the talk I gave at Oxford Geek Night was particularly aimed at web design education within Universities.

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