This feels a bit ominous now. I decided to start a blog. To document the the cool stuff I am working on, to share some knowledge and some tutorials and to discuss some of the different ways which development is approached.

Realistically this is likely to be a bit of a sporadic thing about some of the technologies that I am really keen on, as well as documenting the expansion of my knowledge as I learn new things. Because a successful programmer, developer or generally anyone in the technical industry is someone who can, and will, learn and adapt as the industry changes. I am sure this is the case in most fields.

This is likely to be more about building things from a server side (I really don’t like the terms “front end” and “back end” because the muggles laugh at us as a result!), though I will cover client side technologies, because I’ve always been interested in them and am keen to add them to my digital toolkit, as it were.

Just for reference at the minute I really like Laravel, so I will be documenting some stuff to do with that. I’m also keen on WordPress when used correctly and not destroyed with random themes and plugins downloaded from – I’m not sure if that website exists, if it does, I’m sorry! And also why would you purchase that domain?!

I have a bit of an odd sense of humour. You might like it, you might not, who knows?

I'd love to hear your opinion on what I've written. Anecdotes are always welcome.

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