Tag Archives: open

Open Sport – open source sport project

Those reading my twitter stream will see sport plays an integral part of my lifestyle.  Hill walking, skiing and not forgetting swimming.  Swimming is my no. 1 sport and with my Quantified Self recordings, its has been the place I … Continue reading

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Open Source Data Scientist

With the LifestyleLinking Open Source Project nearing a usable state, I have badged myself as an Open Source Data Scientist.  I expect this will become a commonly used term in the tech world as the data revolution moves on a … Continue reading

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unconference magic continues #blc8

I participated at barcampLondon8 at the weekend.  A unconference format of event that uses open space techniques to allow a community to self form and to collectively learn and thus enable individual to self learn.  An unconference does not make … Continue reading

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Open source project – got there

The journey from novice coder to open source project owner was reached last week when the url went up for the lifestylelinking – open source project.   It is just the start but open sourcing the code I have been working … Continue reading

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open sourcing code for a beginner

I am preparing to open source the code I have been writing for mepath.com .   The hardest work has been figuring out a logic that allow a machine to ‘understand’ context of the text that has been authored.  However, preparing … Continue reading

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the web going social

It’s been a cool end to the year with all the data portability tangibles coming to the fore, i.e. opensocial birthday to friendsconnect to fbconnect.  Exciting to see the world moving this way. Implementation is now the nitty gritty, I’ve … Continue reading

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