Automating My GitHub Profile with DevOps: A Journey
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Technology DevOps GitHub Actions
Learn how I automated my GitHub profile’s “About Me” section using DevOps practices, Node.js scripts, and GitHub Actions. Discover the journey, challenges, and tools I employed to streamline this process.
Developing Prompt Engineering Skills to Improve Blog Posts
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Technology ChatGPT AI Prompt Engineering
Learn how I developed my prompt engineering skills to improve over half of my previous blog posts within a couple of hours.
Mapping CAMRA Branches
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Technology CAMRA Manchester Mapping ONS Leaflet
Learn how I map Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branches using Leaflet and Office for National Statistics (ONS) data. Follow the progress of this project and explore the current branch map.
CompiledMCR: A Tool for the Manchester Technology Community
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Technology Community Open-Source
In this blog post, I’ll discuss the goals of CompiledMCR, an open-source project initiated in 2017, inspired by TechNW, with the aim of benefiting the technology community in Manchester.
My ideal alternative social media platform to Twitter, not Mastodon
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Technology Social Media
Since Elon Musk recently acquired Twitter, a lot of people have been turning to Mastodon and Bluesky, and I’ve been pondering the ideal alternative.
Development - MobileNet in NodeJS (Backend)
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Technology AI TensorFlow NodeJS
The origin of this blog post started when I wanted to be able to classify images on a backend server as a learning exercise.
[Hackathon #11] - BCS Hackathon 2019
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Technology Hackathon Twilio
[Hackathon #10] - Free Your Mind, with Code Nation and EMIS Health
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Technology Hackathon Watson
My Experience with Static SSR
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Technology SSR NodeJS
Recently I have been creating websites in a statically generated way on a server, this being referred to as Static SSR (Server Side Rendering), where a server essentially generates HTML files based on code written, then those files are served to the user.
Google Hash Code 2019
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Technology Hackathon Data
This years challenge was based on images and producing the most interesting slideshow, essentially we would be given files with theoretical images (horizontal and vertical) and we would have to pair slides based on the tags that the photos contained.