Browsing All posts tagged under »blogs«

The Return of Padams!

January 14, 2010


Still talking about blogs, Paul Adams has re-appeared on the blogosphere! I knew he’d come back, and, like Kylie Minogue, he’s reinvented himself (right down to the tiny hotpants). Check him out on his new blog. Advertisements

Ah, I’ve Been Expecting You…

January 14, 2010


Welcome to the new location for my blog. Until recently this blog was hosted by the University of Lincoln whilst I obtained my PhD. Now that it’s completed and I’ve moved on, I’ve moved it here. Coincidentally, we in the Software Engineering Working Group at the Free University of Berlin are in the process of […]

A Shout Out

May 7, 2009


I want to say how much I’ve been enjoying the work on Carlo Daffara’s blog about FLOSSMetrics, a blog which I have shamefully only recently become aware of (through the April 17, 2009 post, which acts as a very good summary of the work). That is all.

On the Veracity of Sources

April 14, 2009


When I want to learn about something in free/open source software more generally, there are a number of different types of sources to look towards, each one with their own advantages and considerations, and each with an intended audience. So knowing about all of these types of sources serves as a good indicator of where […]