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Dale Lane
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Attended University of Bath
Lives in Eastleigh, UK
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Software Engineer
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  • IBM
    Watson Developer, 2011 - present
  • IBM
    Emerging Technologies Specialist, 2008 - 2011
  • IBM
    WebSphere Process Server Service Engineer, 2007 - 2008
  • IBM
    WebSphere MQ Development, 2003 - 2007
  • Motorola
    GSM BSS Radio Sub-systems Software Engineer, 2000 - 2001
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Eastleigh, UK
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Fleet, UK - Newbury, UK - Bath, UK - Church Crookham, UK - Eastleigh, UK - Fleet, UK
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Developer for IBM working on Watson. Also a mobile and gadget geek, father of two small girls and a youth charity trustee.
Education
  • University of Bath
  • Shaw House Secondary School
  • Court Moor Secondary School
  • St Bartholomew's Sixth Form
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May 4, 1980
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I made a bunch of improvements to my calendar UI for Remember The Milk. If you use RTM, it's worth another quick play (I hope!)
A tool for scheduling tasks stored in Remember The Milk
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I made a thing last night.

If you're a Remember The Milk user, please do give http://dalelane.github.io/rtmscheduler/ a try and let me know what you think
A quick tool I made for setting due dates of tasks in Remember The Milk by dragging them onto a calendar I've mentioned Remember The Milk (RTM) before - the online to-do list manager. I've been usi...
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Works nicely. Next step: please integrate with Google Calendar so that I can see my tasks together with all my other dates ;-)
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"Medics really suck at naming things, don’t they?" Just like Software developers!

All the best whatever you choose to do.
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The Watson Research team donated the prize money they won for advances in artificial intelligence to the Wikimedia foundation, recognising the importance of Wikipedia to the original Watson system.
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Quick and hacky, but should be useful -  I made a iCalendar feed for Fleming Park swimming pool, so I can have their schedule in my Calendar
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A blog post on my new work toy - an electric desk :)
I've switched to a standing desk for work, and thought I'd share my experiences with it. I tend to get involved in a variety of things at work, but I'm primarily a developer. I'm a code monkey. Tra...
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I thought this article might interest you, although it contains  things you are already aware of: http://apps.washingtonpost.com/g/page/national/the-health-hazards-of-sitting/750/?tid=sm_fb
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