More testimonials

It’s been almost two years since I posted some testimonials that I’ve received, and I still haven’t added a page to my site – maybe one day!  For now, I decided it was worth a follow up post with some more recent ones… This was the first time I used Rik, but it certainly won’t…

Github Arctic Code Vault

Github are going to take all of the code in the public repositories and store it in a decommissioned coal mine.  They’re doing this in one week’s time, on 2nd February 2020 (02/02/2020) – so if you want your code immortalised (for a thousand years or more) then make sure you get it pushed up…

PHP vs BOM

I’ve just fixed a little head-scratcher, and as a little reward to myself, I’m going to write about it.  Well, I’m sat on train, so methods of celebration are a little limited. Anyway, what’s that title about? PHP is a popular general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited to web development.  And a BOM (or Byte…

Tip 3: Always accept automatic updates

On Boxing Day here in the UK (26th December for anyone who doesn’t celebrate it) the NCSC (that’s the National Cyber Security Centre) blogged about staying smart with your Christmas gadgets.  This included 5 tips which are always true for gadgets and our tech-filled lives, so I thought I’d go through them. Always accept automatic updates Or…