- Traveling Light
Posted in: development I’m off to China for a week-long business trip soon and, because I didn’t want to take my MacBook Pro with me (amongst other things, for privacy and security reasons I’d have to clear off a lot of data belonging...
- Working With Multiple GitHub (and Alternatives) Accounts
Posted in: development Introduction I have multiple GitHub accounts courtesy of having several clients and a couple of my own businesses. Accessing and managing them can be a bit of a juggling act and I frequently forget how to do things so I...
- Python Resources
Posted in: python Introduction Whenever I start learning a new programming language I like to find good book and blog authors, good conference videos (and ideally find conferences I might be able to attend), find some podcasts to listen to, and find new...
- Pip and Virtual Environments
Posted in: python Introduction The contents of this post are based on a blog post written by Jamie Matthews which is called, ‘A non-magical introduction to Pip and Virtualenv for Python beginners’. After reading this post it is probably worth going and reading...
- Visual Studio Code for Python Development
Posted in: python Introduction
This blog post gives a brief overview about how I’ve settled on using Visual Studio Code for Python development and describes the basic configurations I’m using.
- New To Python
Posted in: python I recently started teaching myself Python and decided that documenting some of my experiences and discoveries would be a good way to revitalise my blog.
- Retiring iPAYE
Posted in: iPAYE Earlier this year I wrote about how I planned to refactor iPAYE with the goal of making it a viable, on-going product. Unfortunately events overtook me and my circumstances changed meaning that the time I had available to work on...
- The Sewing Bug Takes Hold
Posted in: sewing Four weeks ago I went on a Millie Moon Learn to Sew course which you can read about here. At the end of that post I left things by saying that I wanted to do a hand sewing course. I’ve...
- iPAYE - The Plan of Attack
Posted in: iPAYE Important: Please read the news about my decision to finally retire iPAYE.
- Swift Pragma Mark Equivalents
Posted in: cocoa I keep forgetting what the Swift equivalent of Objective-C’s pragma marks are. This post on the Swiftalicio.us blog is a good reminder.