It’s been an intense week. A week straight of 8am to 8pm every day. We are working on the medical simulation software for London hospitals now. So why are we really pushing this? To understand the motivation, we need to understand how to revolutionise a field of science. One of the clearest examples is Haley’s … Continue reading Dragging medicine from astrology to astronomy
Before I was working at Monolithai. It was a fun rewarding company and they recently got £8 million in investment. Don't worry, I walked away from the startup with stock in the company. However, I has just written my first programming textbook and I was working out a second book deal on fusing Rust with … Continue reading I’ve changed jobs again
For years I've been exposed to the low code movement. This is where people and companies claim that they have a low code solution to your tech problem. With a few clicks on their product, you can build a tech solution. This has some merit. For instance, although I'm a software engineer myself, this blog … Continue reading Why the Low Code Movement Scam
So it's finally done, earlier on in the month my book was published and delivered to me. As I leafed through the hardcopy, my phone kept pinging with messages from my friends with photos of the book in their hand. Even with all this, it still doesn't really feel real. To be honest, I haven't … Continue reading What’s it like to write a book
It’s been a crazy year and not surprisingly in the sudden shift in demand, and assets like Bitcoin reaching above £20,000, it’s not surprising that there’s going to be winners out of this. In 2020 56 billionaires were minted [link]. It has been established that the gap between rich and poor is increasing. There are … Continue reading The scary financial result of 2020
There’s a lot of people stressing over government strategy. However, this only really works if the basics are being covered. For instance, housing market crash caught a lot of people off guard. However, there were a few firms that saw it coming, bought insurance against it in the forms of swaps, and made a killing. … Continue reading Masks have shown us how incompetent the public is
So what’s with the NHS track and trace app? Initially the NHS decided to build their own Bluetooth mapping initially rejecting the Apple and Google track and trace [link]. Their bluetooth tech could only detect 4% of iPhones, and 75% of Android devices [link]. This cost £10 million [link]. For those who are not in … Continue reading What Happened to the NHS track and trace app?
As coronavirus goes on, we see more mistakes being made. I’m aware that mistakes happen. This is a unique time. It would be unreasonable for me to be outraged at everything that happened. There are complex decisions that have many factors influencing the outcome. For instance, when to lockdown. People don’t say in, especially if … Continue reading Why it’s Completely Incompetent for the NHS to be Using Excel to Process big Data for COVID
Coronavirus has chucked a spanner in the works for a lot of people and this couldn't have been foreseen. However, how was tech investment looking for the UK in relation to the rest of the EU? I was hearing stories that Manchester was overtaking London for startup growth and that people and money were leaving … Continue reading Tech Investment Growth in the EU
I've been silent on here and my social life has drastically reduced. It's not that I have been putting things off thinking that I can do it tomorrow, it's that I've ramped up production on side projects. I feel guilty if I shut down my computer before 10:30pm. As I type this I'm sitting up … Continue reading What have I been doing in this COVID-19 period?