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(TL;DR This month I learnt a lot about the importance of package management, maintenance and the minimisation of dependencies.) It’s been a little while since my last blog, I’ve been pretty bogged down in a world of packages, .NET frameworks and testing. And it all started with what I thought would be a simple update […]


Disclaimer: This is not an in-depth overview of encryption and data management, more a slice of the concepts I’ve come across as a relative newcomer to this world (i.e. I’m new, please forgive my relative ignorance). A brief introduction to hashing In order to talk about cryptography, we first need to understand hashing. In a […]


After four years of university, you’d think I’d have this whole research thing down. However, I must admit that in my somewhat limited university experience of writing essays (us scientists tended to prefer the Greek alphabet), most of my “research” was done after the fact. I would spend the last day before a deadline frantically […]


Not coming from a background in computer science, the inner workings of a computer have always been somewhat of a mystery to me. This is something I’ve always meant to remedy but never quite gotten around to. When I transitioned from C++ to C# my main thought surrounding memory management was “well thank god I […]


It’s been a pretty big week for me in a lot of ways, I’ve moved halfway across the country, started a “new” job, and used my brain for the first time in about six months. But I am so excited to be able to say that I have started back, on a permanent basis, with […]


Carmel describes her two month paid summer internship at endjin Carmel is studying a Physics MPhys at the University of Manchester. She made contact in April because she was looking to gain some real world software development experience during her summer break, before her final year at University. During her two month internship we tried to expose […]