Well that was fun. A new episode of Sherlock is always something to savour, the feature length intellectually savvy TV series from the BBC that had a special pre-season four episode tonight.
Warning: here be spoilers..
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As I welcome the new year and type these words my kids are getting dressed upstairs, ready for a refreshing midday walk along Grantchester Meadows to lunch at the tearooms (with promises of scones). It’s been a busy year for me, but a very relaxing Christmas break, spent at home with the family just having fun. Which is my ideal Christmas, quite frankly.
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After viewing the coverage of the 7/7 anniversary on the BBC I can’t believe it’s been 10 years since that awful day in London. So much has happened in the decade since, though in some ways the same fears and worries still exist.
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PHP has just reached an incredible milestone, it’s 20 years old! On the 8th June, 1995, Rasmus Lerdorf released PHP 1.0. Now, 20 years later, PHP 7 is on the brink of being released and the language is stronger than its ever been before. With all the #20yearsofPHP stories around the internet I thought I’d add my own experiences and thoughts on how PHP has affected me.
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Another year, another blog post. It seems I only have the inclination to write as the new year comes in – probably just a symptom of being too busy!
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Many years ago in the early days of the interweb I developed a live clock for an investor relations website. Back then Flash was the tool of choice to display a dynamic clock, but these days Flash is pretty much dead. After talking about clocks with a client recently I had another look at what’s possible today.
Continue reading “Look no Flash, analog clocks in SVG”