All Marvel Movies Ranked

May 13, 2019
With Avengers: Endgame behind us, it feels like a huge milestone has been passed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Whilst technically there’s one more movie still to come in MCU’s Phase 3 - it’s fair to expect the Spiderman: Far from Home to bridge the story rather than add to the previous chapter so I think it’s fair and fitting to reflect a little on the past eleven years of Marvel cinema.
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Weeknotes #5

April 28, 2019
Trys wrote in his weeknotes this week that he uses JournalBook to write his weeknotes up. I haven’t cracked the discipline side of that yet - and only have two entries for the past seven days - but thankfully those entries reminded me of a few things worth writing about, otherwise this would’ve been a weeknote-less week.
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Weeknotes #4

April 22, 2019
This week has been short but sweet! I managed to write my first Rust microservice, got deep into interviewing, and took time to see some of my favourite people.
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Weeknotes #3

April 12, 2019
Features of this week include me curled up in my bathroom vomiting, the proper launch of Limejump’s tech discussions, and movie of the week Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
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Rise of Shadows Pre Release

April 7, 2019
Rise of Shadows is Hearthstone’s latest expansion - this week I hosted a private pre-release party to open my packs early and play with the cards.
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Weeknotes #2

April 5, 2019
This week is a little less full than last week but there was still plenty of time for fun including a rewatch of Creed 2 and some minor tweaks to some of my projects.
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Weeknotes #1

March 29, 2019
Inspired by my friend Trys, I’ve decided to join into the weeknote craze and start chronicling what I get up to each week. My rough plan is to include a healthy mixture of the areas of my life: what I’ve been up to at work, developments in my personal life, things I’ve been pondering, projects I’m working on, and more trivial things like the videogames I’ve been playing, books I’ve been reading, and songs I’ve been listening to.
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Interviewing Candidates: My Thoughts After My First Few Interviews

March 18, 2019
As I write this I’m headed into Vauxhall for my fourth week at Limejump. This time last week I had no interviewing experience at all but since then I’ve quizzed three candidates and spent a lot of time considering what a good interview process looks like and the kinds of questions it’s important to ask. Sitting in the chair of the interviewer as opposed the interviewee has shocked me - I think everything I’ve been taught about interviews is wrong.
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Improving My Rust CLI Application: Hugo to JSON

March 16, 2019
I’ve been working on improving the small command line Rust utility I made in January. The tool takes the raw source code for this blog and parses the markdown files to produce a JSON index which is to power the blog’s search feature. Last time I posted about it I’d just finished the initial version. Whilst the first attempt was good enough to replace my previous solution 1, I’ve spent time improving the areas I wasn’t happy with and I’ve learned a lot in the process.
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Generating a Daily Pokedex Entry

February 20, 2019
During New Year’s Eve my unofficially-adopted-brother Ethan told me that he was sad because he wasn’t going to have a Pokemon daily calendar in 2019. To me, that sounded like a problem technology could solve. Sure, I couldn’t give him a fancy flip calendar for 2019 but I could send him a text and email every day!
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Last Updated: 2019-05-13 23:25