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  • 2013 dConstruct review

    07 Sep 2013

    dConstruct is a bizarre conference. This year it featured some amazing speakers, but not talking about the things that they are more commonly well known for but instead about something completely different.

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  • migrating a wordpress site to a new domain

    07 Sep 2013

    Moving your wordpress website from one domain to another is a tricky process. Aside from the problems you will have to deal with specifically with your site (links), you don’t want to damage your page rank and all the good SEO work you’ve done not to mention all your external links that have been built up over time.

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  • Finding inspiration for writing

    17 Jun 2013

    Blogging is something that can be really hard. Sometimes the topics come thick and fast and we have too much to write about, but often we sit down in front of our site and stare at the last post from more than a month ago while we beat ourselves up about how we need to do better.

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  • Review of the Slide and Stage

    14 Jun 2013

    Thank you. That’s how today ended, with a rousing applause of Aral Balkan’s day long speaking workshop he finished with a simple thank you.

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  • Slide and Stage

    14 Jun 2013

    Today’s weather might be grey but I’m in a good mood. Today I’m not taking my usual journey up the Northern Line to Old Street, instead I’m on the train in the opposite direction down to Brighton to attend the Slide & Stage one day workshop with Aral Balken.

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  • .net Magazine Awards 2013

    04 Jun 2013

    Holy F&CK. That is the message that I sent to my pregnant finance just after I picked up the award for Best Side Project of the Year at the .net magazine awards ceremony.

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  • Running a Successful Weekly Newsletter

    22 Mar 2013

    I umm’d and ahh’d about the title of this post for a while because I wasn’t sure I could call my newsletter successful. To me that seems a little big headed and it wasn’t until I had someone at a bar come up and tell me that they loved the newsletter that I let myself believe it qualified as a success.

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