Remote working is great till it isn't, but I love it!

Just over three months and I figure it's time to check in. What can I say I love remote working it suites me very well. I've gone form a noisy office full of distractions to a focused purpose built development environment.

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Moving the family to slack

I've done the impossible. I've moved my family to Slack. After seeing a post making the rounds on twitter a few months ago about moving their family to Slack I decided that I'd try it.

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Sculpin to Jekyll

Moving from Sculpin to Jekyll

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My Journey

The posts below are my journey through the past few years of my life with depression and anxiety. They're rough, crass and raw. Looking back through all this is a challenge and shows how far I've come. Each post represents a large part of my life.

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Alias Drupal Composer Project

It's too big for a tweet but it's certainly useful, saves me having to remember all the params. Stick that in your .bashrc or .zshrc and enjoy!

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Traveling with Anxiety

I’ve been fortunate in my life to be able to travel around a lot, both in the UK and the World. While growing up our family used to go camping a lot, later on we started to go abroad more. I love traveling, meeting new people and experiencing their cultures is just amazing.

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Year in review 2015

Shamelessly stealing from [Lewis Nymans](http://lewisnyman.co.uk/blog/2015/) great post I figured I'd do the same and blog about my 2015.

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Release and Rollback with Robo

I've been looking for a release management tool for a while now. There are quite a lot of tools to do this but I just couldn't get my head into writing XML for most of them.

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Fun with Sculpin

After migrating my blog over to Sculpin I've slowly been tweaking things here and there.

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Personal Development Is Key

When I decided to leave my last job I had a lot of thoughts running through my head. I knew that moving to WunderUK would be a big change and challenge but I figured it was worth a shot. Of all the thoughts that ran through my head at the time (hell they still do) it was the thought of personal development.

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