Category Archives: IT

Ruby, really?

We’re using Ruby to write cucumber step definitions in our test framework, a colleague was banging his head against a wall last night and posted this, it really is quite scary!  

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Recruitment agent relationship paradox

Last month my position was made redundant and I found myself in the market. Well, to be honest it was nicely timed for half term and gave me time for a few DIY projects! With hindsight though, I could have … Continue reading

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Action For Advocacy : Find an Advocate

A few years ago I developed the site for Action For Advocacy and they have since ceased operational activity, so the site at http://www.actionforadvocacy.org.uk is no longer maintained. As a result the page Find an Advocate now states the service is unavailable. After recently … Continue reading

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Would you write that on a postcard?

Encrypting email must be one of the few things we really should be doing yet aren’t. I’ve worked in IT for over 13 years and only once has someone offered me a public key. This Life Hacker article gets you up … Continue reading

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