Today is the second day (it took until day 12 to finish writing this post) of our world trip, and what a ride it has been to get to this point. We have always wanted to make this trip and it has taken over the last five years to get there but, now here we are, it is happening!
So in 4 sleeps I am starting a daily vlog all about how do you plan a trip around the world with your family, these daily videos will be short and to the point.
Travelling around the world takes a lot of planning, but during and post-global pandemic makes it a little more complicated. We have four months to go before we leave, and it is time to start booking stuff.
I love voice and conversational technology and think it will transform how we live, but we are in a period of frustration. Can we end the nuclear winter of voice?
Today I am launching a training programme for .NET development teams who want to build mobile applications for iOS and Android.
Travelling for a year with my family opens up the question of working as you travel. So my intention when we started to plan this trip...
What if you could run your own escape room at home with the storyline, props, visual and audible cues all taken care for you.
Many of these online groups have started to create events around a "thing", one area is book clubs that are held of services like Zoom.
People are sending CVs out and updating LinkedIn profiles but let’s be honest that stuff doesn’t always work, it's your network that gives you your best chance to get quick employment.
One big part of this trip will be schooling our two children. I wanted to share some approaches and research I have done about how we plan to do this.
Over the years like most people I have gathered a long list of online accounts, a digital fingerprint spreading across the internet.