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Going Full Frontal in one week

Today is Monday. In 4 days time JavaScripters from across the UK and Europe will be coming together for the UK based JavaScript conference: Full Frontal. After being at last weekend, I couldn’t be more excited about getting a community of front end developers together again.

Win a ticket for the Full Frontal JavaScript Conference

I recently released a way to enter to win a ticket for Full Frontal, but I’m particularly guilty of only sending things through Twitter lately, and I know not everyone uses Twitter (see dull meta), so I need to make sure I’m not ignoring my regular readers: you!

New Projects, more writing & more speaking

I wanted to let you know, my dear reader, what I’ve been up to lately, but more over that I’m going to start cross posting my other articles to this blog.

Full Frontal JavaScript Conference

Today the Full Frontal JavaScript conference site goes live: It’s one day JavaScript conference hosted in Brighton, UK in the World’s first purpose built cinema: The Duke of York’s. I specifically wanted to provide a conference that was affordable, and not up in the reaches of £300-400, which is why the tickets are set [...]

The Hack Stops Here

In my view there are two types of hacks: Solutions that solve a problem that can’t be solved any other way (i.e. due to a limitation within a browser). Solutions to business created problems. Hacks for the first type are acceptable. They go where no other code can go, and are a requirement. As such [...]

So I’m a director

I’ve always been interested in making films – and honestly, my ultimate job would be a film director. Alas, no, this is not what this post is about. I am now, officially, the director of Left Logic Ltd. The company formed on the 6th of September 2006.


I’ve been talking about it pretty much all year, and I’ve been doing more and more towards actually starting my own company. Left Logic is the name I actually came up with – and it even had an available domain – pretty much a first for me on the Internet.