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Product management: a walk in the wild
Roadmap is often used as a tool to plan how a product gets developed and evolves. Being a keen walker and also a product manager, I was pondering today on the "roadmap" metaphor. Here is a series of simple analogies: As a walker, you set out the goal to cli...
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Two-brewery walk - from Brockley to Peckham
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery  in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. I regularly walk these neighbourh...
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. ...
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Recycled bike tyre belt and Terry Riley
After my first long hill ride this year (to Ide Hill and back), I was quite quite happy to spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing at home, resting my legs. I also thought that would be the perfect opportunity to start my little project - a recycled bike t...
After my first long hill ride this year (to Ide Hill and back), I was quite quite happy to spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing at home, resting my legs. I also thought that would be the perfect opportunity to start my li...
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chain skip and lubricant
Chain skipping (jumping between rear gears) is damn annoying, especially when it happens as you are riding out of saddle. There are a number of reasons why this may happen: badly adjusted derailleur, worn cassette, worn chain. Last week, my bike started to ...
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More Candies...
I wrote a post just over a month ago about my first impression of Crank Brothers Candy 1 on my road bike. I can say that after what must have been around 300 miles, I am pretty happy with them. I like the float and the smooth unclipping action, while, at al...
I wrote a post just over a month ago about my first impression of Crank Brothers Candy 1 on my road bike. I can say that after what must have been around 300 miles, I am pretty happy with them. I like the float and the smooth...
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Wainwright 214 Fells Data Visualisation
We are off to the Lakes soon (pretty excited!), and I thought, since I have always wanted to do a data visualisation project, why not play around with Wainwright 214 Fells data a bit, and see what I can come up with. So I started off looking for the followi...
We are off to the Lakes soon (pretty excited!), and I thought, since I have always wanted to do a data visualisation project, why not play around with Wainwright 214 Fells data a bit, and see what I can come up with. So I sta...
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Two-brewery walk - from Brockley to Peckham
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery  in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. I regularly walk these neighbourh...
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. ...
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Two-brewery walk - from Brockley to Peckham
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery  in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. I regularly walk these neighbourh...
Microbrewery seems to be a popular business in London nowadays. There are two rather excellent, friendly breweries close to where I live, in southeast London - Brockley Brewery in Brockley and Brick Brewery in Peckham Rye. ...
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Up to eleven
Just having a bit of fun making word clouds based on famous Stratocaster, Telecaster and Les Paul players. All images created using Tagul . First up, my fav guitar - Tele: ( https://tagul.com/show/m6um7y246bmz/Telecaster%20players ) Next up, Strat: ( https:...
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A real art deco gem: London Fire Brigade Headquarters
Wandering around the streets of London often rewards one with sights of amazing buildings from all architectural ages, but it is not often that one would come across an entirely unfamiliar building which so perfectly epitomises a particular style. On Saturd...
Wandering around the streets of London often rewards one with sights of amazing buildings from all architectural ages, but it is not often that one would come across an entirely unfamiliar building which so perfectly epitomis...
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Shimano SPD vs Crank Brothers Candy: First impression
I have always used  Shimano M520 on my road bike (I am ignoring the disdainful look from some of you - I like the fact that clipping in is easy when commuting!) and I am curious about other multiple-entry MTB pedals, so I decided to try out Crank Brothers C...
I have always used Shimano M520 on my road bike (I am ignoring the disdainful look from some of you - I like the fact that clipping in is easy when commuting!) and I am curious about other multiple-entry MTB pedals, so I deci...
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Regent's Canal: Angel to Camden
Sze Kiu is still busy with her dissertation, so I went onto the ever resourceful IanVisits to figure out what to do on Saturday. I found this voluteer-led canal walk from Angel to Camden ( https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/news-and-views/blog/heritage-team/vol...
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Coder who dodges black cabs on his way to work, who does not look after his fingers, who listens to a lot of music...
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