Personal posts about life, the web industry, and things that I've been up to
An archive of work-related posts live over on the Records Sound the Same blog
9 February 2018
This is the second post in a two-part series, capturing my latest trip over to Japan. In this post I'll be talking about the main reason for our visit - EVO.
9 February 2018
In January I headed back to Japan, jumping on the opportunity to spend more time in a country that I love. The trip was prompted by my husband competing at EVO Japan 2018, but ended up being so much more. In these two posts I'll talk about the trip in general, and the event itself.
30 December 2017
Another end of a year means another time to look back, but also to look forward. As they usually do, 2017 has had both extreme highs and lows, as well as plenty in the middle.
24 November 2017
In this post I'll talk about the process I went through when starting to explore the strange and wonderful world of recurrent neural networks
1 November 2017
I wrote recently about how we’re working towards redesigning and redeveloping the OpenActive website (our redesign/development tender is currently open). As part of this we’re looking at people’s experiences of using open opportunity data, and how we can better support this by improving the data’s discoverability and usability.
13 October 2017
We’ve started the process of redesigning and redeveloping the OpenActive website, and as part of trying to do this openly we’d like to ask for your initial thoughts.
18 April 2017
Render Conference is a two day, single track conference held in the beautiful city of Oxford, which is billed as a conference for front-end developers but actually manages to pack in so much more.
31 December 2016
An end of year summary post looking back at 2016.
26 October 2016
This post is the second in a series where I’ve been answering questions originally posed as part of a feature in net Magazine.
17 October 2016
For the November issue of net Magazine I was invited to contribute to the Exchange section, where each month four selected experts answer readers’ questions.