It is tempting to think of today’s technology workers as the cats who got the cream, the geeks who inherited the earth. Whilst I don’t dispute this statement, it covers up a deeper truth.
A-Level business data: a contradiction in terms
Teachers want to see your method because they need to know you’re doing it right. Your boss needs to be able to assume this.
The glory years of Excel (and how to recreate them)
London was a good place to be in the summer of 1995. The weather was hot, for ages, a specific kind of heat faceted by not only temperature but music, too. The heatwave actually sounded like Blur, Oasis and, erm, The Boo Radley’s. Cool Britannia was not only where we lived but how we lived it.
(What’s the story) macro glory
Where VB6 might now be considered Palaeolithic, VBA lives on.
Excel: where agile goes to die
Lured by the euphoria of using one’s knowledge to help others, the Excel Guru quickly and repeatedly descends into this pit of despair. The crack cocaine of development jobs.