Posted: Mon 08 Jan, 2018, 12:07
SSL Cheatsheet for Java
Posted: Fri 24 Mar, 2017, 10:03
VIM Fireplace - a vim plugin for Clojure development. Getting it working on Git Bash was not easy, but worth it.
Posted: Thu 02 Mar, 2017, 08:53
Escape the fogginess and uncertainty of a cloud solution and host your own site at home. A recent convergence of technologies has made this obvious solution both simple and desirable.
Posted: Wed 01 Mar, 2017, 17:26
A guide to using certbot to create a trusted, valid and free certificate for your website.
Posted: Tue 07 Feb, 2017, 15:49
Notes from working with the Gradle C++ plugin
Posted: Fri 13 Jan, 2017, 11:08
Handy tips and commands for life on Windows (when you are used to UNIX).
Posted: Thu 12 Jan, 2017, 15:02
All those once-a-month git commands that I can never remember.
Posted: Wed 05 Oct, 2016, 17:15
The exec resource from Puppet, the automation framework, is a mysterious beast. My notes on how to make it work for complex multi-exec configurations.
Posted: Wed 06 Jul, 2016, 17:32
			        		   Sharing my Linux GPS/HRM tracking setup, as it took 
          			        		  a bit of effort - as all things do on Linux.
Posted: Sun 12 Jun, 2016, 17:32
			        		   Triki supported feeds from RSS and Atom, now it support feeds from
          			        		   Twitter as well.    
Posted: Sat 21 May, 2016, 12:32
			        		   triki now supports Activity Streams 2.0 for blogs.  Learning about
          			        		   AS2 has opened up   the very cool IndieWeb project to me, so there are
          			        		   plenty more options to improve triki's connectedness.
Posted: Sat 21 May, 2016, 11:32
			        		   My eldest son has just started coding, something I confess I have mixed
          			        		   feelings about.
Posted: Sun 15 May, 2016, 13:20
			        		   An online journey from closed, restricted and commercial social
          			        		   networks monopolies to a new breed of independent personal web 
          			        		   sites linked by open social networks.
Posted: Fri 06 May, 2016, 18:07
			        		   Not many teams use Behaviour Driven Development (BDD).  This blog shows how
          			        		   even as    developers we can leverage BDD tools to build robust
          			        		   solutions, more quickly and with greater transparency.
Posted: Sun 01 May, 2016, 22:07
			        		   Which is a cheaper way to propel an automotive vehicle - domestic 
          			        		   electricity or      petrol/diesel?  Now you can find out.
Posted: Wed 13 Apr, 2016, 10:07
			     Introducing triki, an open source semantic web server.  Imagine taking
          			        					        		   your    own social media graph from Facebook, your reviews from
          			        					        		   TripAdvisor, your blogs from blogspot and your photos for Flikr  and
          			        					        		   running your own site where you can still share with friends 
          			        					        		   but also control your own content.  Welcome to   the triki.
Posted: Sun 03 Apr, 2016, 10:07
This blog suggests an alternative way of sharing and retrieving content on the web today. It is a response to questions posed in the first blog.
Posted: Sat 26 Mar, 2016, 17:15
My thoughts on how Web culture has evolved since the 90's and some of the problems we are now facing with social media monopolies. We are giving away our content and control for priviledge of efficient sharing.
Posted: Fri 25 Mar, 2016, 19:15
			        			   I find CSS fiendishly difficult whenever I come back to it I
          			        			   end up having to re-  learn stuff.  This is my cheat sheet.
Posted: Wed 16 Mar, 2016, 17:40
			        			   A very, very brief introduction Apache Camel.
Posted: Sat 12 Mar, 2016, 19:29
			        			   My thoughts on Cucumber Groovy and Spock BDD tools.  Since writing this
          			        			   however I  actually prefer Cucumber still but am leaving the
          			        			   blog for now.  It is what I thought at the time.
Posted: Wed 09 Mar, 2016, 20:04
			        			   When we release open source software out into the wild it is
          			        			   often difficult to    tell if is being used.  Much to my
          			        			   surprise, dio is still being used after 15 years.
Posted: Wed 20 May, 2015, 12:47
			        			   My plans to build a silent but powerful machine for playing
Posted: Mon 18 May, 2015, 10:59
			        			   A reminder on how use the git patch command.
Posted: Thu 27 Feb, 2014, 19:00
			        			   10 reasons why Guice is better than Spring