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Predominantly this week I’ve been working to reverse engineer, document and test a subscription system. What should have been a simple handover exercise has turned into an excellent case-study for process improvements around making sure that business-critical systems aren’t only...

Going to give publishing weeknotes a try. Weeknotes are something that have been quietly popping up, and they’re essentially a journal-style blog post reflecting on a given week. They can be as personal, or impersonal as the writer likes. There’s...

Of all of the services Amazon Web Services pushes, S3 (Simple Storage Service) is maybe the most versatile and well-known: It “just works” and is a fantastic service for many use-cases. It turns out though that you can have too...

Years in the works, in December Amazon beat both Google and Microsoft to introducing support for IPv6 networking to their compute offering! This is fantastic news, and I recommend reading Jeff Barr’s post for more.

Today I set a new personal record: Ten full production deployments in a single day. All on a Friday afternoon, and at the end of it all I’m left feeling exhausted.