Rob is a developer at IDRSolutions, currently working on JPedal.
In his spare time he enjoys riding his motorcycle, playing guitar and studying languages that don’t require a semicolon at the end of each line (including Japanese, Ruby and Chef).

Author Archives: Rob

Signal v. Noise – 3 articles you should read

Recently, I started following Signal v. Noise on Medium. Signal v. Noise is (to quote the blog directly) “Strong opinions and shared thoughts on design, business, and tech. By the makers (and friends) of Basecamp“. One of my favourite things about it is that many of the posts can be read in 5 minutes –…

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Using JIRA as a bug tracking tool

It’s been 4 months since we decided to start using JIRA to track bugs in the development of our software library. Here’s a quick rundown on how we use it, and what we think of it… Dashboards These are a simple way to aggregate all the important information, and provide an overview of what’s been…

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Why I am excited to be attending Devoxx 2017

Back in 2013, some of my colleagues at IDRsolutions visited Devoxx in Antwerp, Belgium.  They came back really enthusiastic about it as the best Community conference out there. Since there, Devoxx has spawned multiple other Devoxx conferences in France, UK, USA, etc but the Belgium event is still the biggest and best… By the community,…

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