I’m using Test Driven Development (TDD) for the first (and second) time on a couple of side projects. Here are some further reflections on the process and issues I’ve come across.
It does seem that the expectations that the church puts on people don’t match with how a lot of people live out the month of December.
A simple, practical example of how accessibility is good for everyone.
And so we’ve come to see that one of the key facts of parenting is that you really truly do start living someone else’s life.
TL;DR: We’re coding for the web all wrong. And it’s mostly because of the languages we’re using. We’re piling hack upon hack upon hack. Good coding principles and practices are becoming more common in web development, but I can’t help wishing we… Continue Reading →
I wish we’d stop glorifying Startup culture and start celebrating the many successful, happy, bootstrapped and lifestyle businesses that exist.
My friend/colleague/client Huw, has posted 10 things he’s learned recently and challenged me to do the same. So here goes. 10 things I’ve learned recently.
I stupidly decided to submit a talk proposal to WordCamp London (a large UK WordPress conference). Amazingly, the proposal got accepted! Argh!