Coming up to nearly a year and a half working at the University of Lincoln, my work around research information systems is starting to show some serious progress with a prototype application that we’re currently demoing to interested staff and … Continue reading Modelling Research Data
I’m a Clock-blog monster. Rar. Okay, another post discussing the Universal Translator I’ve been working on as part of CLOCK. Do enjoy, comment, etc, etc… Continue reading The CLOCK Universal JSON Translator, stage 1 [CLOCK]
Okay, so I’m a web developer first and foremost (it’s what pays the bills) and recently I’ve been getting a bit into version control. I tend to use Subversion and GitHub for repositories in work, with GitHub providing my personal repository. Basically I use my paid GitHub account as an emergency backup for all my WordPress client work, you know, just in case! For anyone who doesn’t know, GitHub provides online storage for programming type work that you can write changes to once they’re made. You can do other stuff as well but it’s basic use is as a backup … Continue reading GitHub for Windows is AWESOME!
A new post on the CLOCK blog, in which I discuss the difficulties in comparing different data items for the same thing – go go go! http://clock.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/2012/05/22/the-same-but-different/ Continue reading The same… but different? [CLOCK]
Another post on the CLOCK blog from me: Who watches the open bibliography data standards? Continue reading Who watches the open bibliography data standards? [CLOCK]