I’ll be updating this post over the next few days. I just wanted to put up copies of emails I’ve sent to the minister and my local TDs on the subject. I’ll note any responses here. Update 1: First to … Continue reading
I started following the conversation around this tweet: What a load of #nutribollocks -no evidence for any of this: ‘Trust Your Gut For Better Brain Health’ https://t.co/3D9IjVb4gp @lustforlife — Sinéad Conneely (@phrenohead) August 6, 2016 when I saw . @lustforlife … Continue reading
Because I’m a cranky git who is largely distrustful of economists, I couldn’t let go of a sense of distrust of what was being presented in this graph: Dan O’Brien on Twitter The Irish economy has increased employment more in … Continue reading
Update: These are photos of the adjustable handlebar stem I originally put up a quick video review on the day I brought the bike home from the bike shop and it follows. However, now that I’ve put up some mileage … Continue reading
I posted this on Twitter but I also wanted to add it here because it’s important and there seem to be an awful lot of product people who don’t understand the concept of MVP:
Throwing together a minimum viable product, or MVP, is a great way to test your concept and find out what customers really want before you sink more money into the game. However, there’s a fine line between tossing something together and a MVP that’s too buggy to launch.
We’re back to using Slack for product development communication again, so I’ve been keen to tie in the documentation updates I do via Dexy & Asciidoctor to Slack. What I wanted was to notify the channels setup per product of … Continue reading
In the post Dexy & Asciidoc(tor): A Business Analyst’s documentation tool to look at I went through how I’m using the two tools at the moment. I promised to provide an example within a few days but this has turned … Continue reading