Category Archives: Applications

  1. Ruby on Rails – Ruby Gem selection

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    August 28, 2012 by Chris Jones

    While trying to develop our Ruby on Rails standards, part of the work involves looking at various Ruby Gems and …
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  2. Desperately Seeking Developers

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    April 23, 2012 by Jim Morton

    Hi, I’m a successful, mature (mid-30s) local government ICT department with a good sense of humour and a burning desire …
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  3. Embracing Consumerisation, or, The Horse is Dog Food


    September 16, 2011 by Jim Morton

    Having now worked in ICT for nearly 14 years (the kind of stretch you probably wouldn’t get for armed robbery, …
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  4. Going formal with the applications strategy

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    March 28, 2011 by Jim Morton

    There has been a recent directive here that we all need to smarten up a bit, myself in particular. So …
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  5. Applications Strategy Projects On The Go


    September 7, 2010 by Jim Morton

    There have been many terrible excuses in history, examples including the unlikely:  “I thought a duck island would fall well …
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  6. Hack Warwickshire 2: The Revenge

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    August 18, 2010 by Jim Morton

    Just a quick entry to say that we will be running the second Hack Warwickshire competition from Monday 23rd August …
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  7. Making Visionary Strategy a Practical Reality: The Open Data project


    April 28, 2010 by Jim Morton

    After a couple of years of persuasion, intimidation, bribery and tearful pleading we are now able to show how the …
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