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I Grieve for Mozilla

I don’t know how many of my readers have been following this, but it’s been a big thing in the tech world this past fortnight: Mozilla appointed Brendan Eich as CEO; three board members stepped down; there was outrage on … Continue reading

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That’s What Christians Do

Moving houses can be a lot of work. A month ago or two ago the pastor at my church let us know that a particular couple was moving houses and would appreciate any help. The couple have been coming to … Continue reading

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My Musings: On Myers-Briggs Typology

In recent months, some of my friends have taken to having hearty discussion about Myers-Briggs Typology, and encouraging everyone to take an online typology test. I was first introduced to this system of describing people around ten years ago. I … Continue reading

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PyCon Australia 2012: Saturday

I’m currently at PyCon Australia in Hobart. As I write this, Saturday’s programme is over, and it’s been a great conference so far. A few highlights: Mark Ramm’s Keynote: Don’t waste your life on projects that are going to fail … Continue reading

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