I’ve recently started using Bitbucket as a kind of off-site backup for my Git repos - it works beautifully with SourceTree as you can have all commits pushed to the “origin” repo by default. Lovely. Usually I work locally with MAMP, pushing updates to a staging server if I need to show the client or something. Before now, I did… read more →
Hello there. It’s been a while. After a promising start to 2012, sadly my good intentions to post more fell by the wayside as other commitments piled up. After a while, I’d lost the momentum that I’d built up in the first quarter of the year, so even though I kept thinking to myself that I really should do a… read more →
I've recently made the switch from Firefox to Chrome as my default browser and by and large I'm very happy with the decision. One thing that was niggling me though was that when you have a lot of tabs open, it can be tricky to tell which tab is active. I tried playing with some of the available themes but… read more →
Posted on Thursday, 8th March 2012.
I love CodeIgniter. So when I found out there was a two-day conference dedicated to it in my home town, it frankly would have been rude not to have turned up. Codeigniter Conference 2012 (or CICONF, from now on) featured talks from people like Phil Sturgeon, Jamie Rumbelow and Harro 'WanWizard' Verton, who should be familiar to anyone who's worked… read more →
Posted on Wednesday, 7th March 2012.
For me, one of the most fun things about working on the web is the fact that there's always new things to try out - be it a new technology, a new framework or just a new way of thinking about the way we work. The tricky part is trying to keep up with everything - it's so easy to… read more →
Posted on Friday, 24th February 2012.
Following on from the successful first event - my first ever web conference - in 2011, New Adventures made an equally successful return with their 2012 installment last week. The first event set some very high standards in terms of the quality of the talks and the general attendee experience so I was eager to see what Simon, Greg and… read more →