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If you are a contractor/freelancer working in the UK please read the this article.Uh oh. Ministers are about to conceal MPs’ expenses, even though the public has just paid £1 million to get them all ready for publication, and even though the tax man expects citizens to do what MPs don’t have to. They buried the news on the day of the Heathrow runway announcement. This is heading in the diametric wrong direction from government openness.Please take the time to write to your MP and make your feelings known. This can all be done online in approximately 5 minutes. This letter serves well as a template.
Prime minister Brown recently proposed a dashboard that allows every citizen to personalise the explosive growth of government services on the web. Personally I think the government should stick to the basics.
Following on from a previous blog post UK Government IT incompetence: fco.gov.uk I'm sad to report another far from satisfying experience, this time with hmcourts-service.gov.uk
I tried to make a simple form submission on the site and received a message along the lines of "We... to switch to a machine that has Internet Explorer in order to submit your claim.
Now you my readers are more than aware what is wrong with this - on so many levels.
My plea then is to the government. Why in this day and age do you have so many
websites for a living and you are making basic fundamental mistakes.I expected an apology, some excuse and a guarantee that the issue would be looked into, or more in line with previous experiences of UK government websites, no reply at all. What I got...First of all I’m grateful that I live in a country where I can write a blog post with a title like the one that I have used.Some friends of mine from China - currently living in Sweden - wanted to come and visit me in the UK. My complaints about the processes and paperwork involved in applying for their visa are an entirely different post, but I was at least pacified by the fact that the application could be made online.After my government had extracted £72 from each of my friends
The Pho Map is a great resource if you are ever in the UK and are looking for a delicious bowl of Vietnamese noodle soup.
The map features clickable photos, and food ratings, and is growing weekly.
If you are interested in attending an Umbraco UK meet up please
fill out the
following survey. I'll let this survey run for another 5 days
and then make the results public in the forum at our.umbraco.org.I'm not necessarily committing to organise a meet up here,
just trying to get a sense for where/when and what should happen
according to the UK community.
I was wondering how many Umbraco users we have in the UK with a view to maybe getting some kind of user group together.
If you are based on the island, then leave a comment on this post with your name, location and a little background on what you do with Umbraco, e.g. hobbyist, personal site hosting, commercial site.
After meeting with Niels before the Umbraco UK festival last
week I am pleased to announce that I'll be offering Umbraco Level 2
training and certification in the UK through my company Ferguson
Moriyama.I've only just agreed to take on the training so there are no
firm details yet but you can keep up to date by following @fmoriyama on twitter or by
sending me an email using this contact
form.One of the first tasks is to update my site giving full details
of what the training involves along with the prices, practicalities
and sign up forms. You can expect this information to be online
towards the end of this week.Finally if you want the chance to be among the first to be
Umbraco Level 2 certified in the UK then read on.Within
Just a quick post to point you at a couple of my latest activities in the Umbraco communiity:
In November I spoke at the Umbraco UK festival on the subject: Umbraco and the 3 flavours of Azure: Webroles, VMs, Websites. The video of the talk is now online to watch.
Secondly I've contributed an article to 24 days in Umbraco the fabulous advent calendar for Umbraco enthusiasts. The article is called Mapping Umbraco content to POCOs for strongly typed views.
In the absence of regular blogging we also now have a news page on the Moriyama site where you can follow what is going on in the company. Our social media feeds (linked in the footer of the Moriyams site) are the best way to stay bang up to date!
I've been hearing a lot of buzz about Ruby on Rails, so I finally got down to running through the tutorial at: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2005/01/20/rails.html
Pretty impressive I must say, but the jury will be out until I get to try and build something ‘real world’ with it. This might not be for a while, as all of my spare ‘geek’ spare time is being invested in Umbraco at the moment.
I am pretty sure it would handle any of the web projects that usually land at my feet, but it always comes down to whether I ‘like’ it or not.
Also, I did a brief search for UK based shared hosting packages that support ROR and only managed to find one.
We have a confirmed venue for a UK meetup
LBi will host us in London on August 6th. It is a pretty cool
space - here is the
break room.We have an event
wiki page with all of the details here. You can sign up to
attend by leaving your details on this
wiki page or if you are not comfortable leaving your details on
a public URL then just drop me a
mail. Spaces are limited so please don't leave it until the
last minute. Please sign up on the page rather than just commenting... a compelling talk/presentation to
give at the event, please leave some details on
this wiki page or contact me by
email.Tweet/Blog/Email your friendsBe sure to let any UK Umbraco users know about the event by
sending links to the wiki pages above