Tag Archives: About me

Why are we running the debug code?

As every developer will tell you, when you build the application you can create a debug-version of the app. This has extra code added in that provides ongoing telemetry so that, if the application fails, the developer can see where, … Continue reading

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Rotten Burroughs

To be a civil servant in 7th century China one had to pass The Imperial  Examination. This exam was designed to identify which candidates had achieved the required academic and level and to determine who had the temperament and dedication … Continue reading

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Three teams on the field

It’s been a while since I talked about hockey here in the blog. I was reminded of this a week ago when I attended the USA National Field Hockey Festival in West Palm Beach in Florida. Festival, to use it’s … Continue reading

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China – part 3 – She Kou Ferry

Fast and safe Written on Sunday 19th of February Paper work done for entry into China for the first time, I can sit back and relax as we speed through islands from Hong Kong to She Kou on the ferry. … Continue reading

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Free trade but not free speech

First published on BizCampBelfast 2010-08-19 The European Union of 27 member states, home to the Euro, soon to be the world’s most important currency and with free trade enshrined in its constitution continues to have one serious handicap to pan-European … Continue reading

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Fulfilling your potential

Recently I have begun a personal journey of discovery. It wasn’t my intention to do so. It wasn’t my desire to do so either. But I am on the journey and what I am learning is fascinating one minute and … Continue reading

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