I’m a lifetime learner wired for growth, and an optimistic visionary with grit, who enjoys seeing people succeed.
The Unicorn Project is a fictional story of Parts Unlimited, a large car parts manufacturing business that defies the trend of organisations being digitally disrupted into insignificance. They come close to collapse, but manage to make the DevOps transformation journey to maturity - becoming a disruptor themselves.
My Hypothesis: If it is clear what a developer’s progression path to proficiency is, they will be able to achieve proficiency faster.
I’m by no means a writer, but I want to help people, and pass on what I learn. Putting thoughts down for others helps to structure my own understanding such that I can explain things better.
Hooray, you’ve decided to open-source a SilverStripe module you are working on! This is an excellent choice. I’ve created a number of SilverStripe modules, and my default is to open source them. Doing so attracts other developers to use and scrutinise your code, helping your code to get better, and helping you to become a better developer.
I decided to fight back against the spam mounting up on this blog. Over several months I explored different techniques of combatting it.
I want to share with you some useful ways of catching local emails without actually sending them, meaning you can test your email-related developmemt work quickly and easily.
I wish we had access to the programming learning tools that are coming out these days back when I was in high school. All we got into was a bit of HTML, some and some MS Access-type database creation.