Latest project - Gym Gains Tracker Enables the user to create multiple workout plans, using an easy to follow step by step process and then use those plans to track workouts. The app gives users notifications on when to workout and insights into how he/she is performing and progressing. A user account is required which can be set up within the app and the user can also choose to backup their data to the Gym Gains Tracker servers in the cloud.

Gym Gains Tracker Blog posts

Raspberry Pi - Bluetooth using Bluecove on Raspbian

A quick tutorial on how to get a Java program running that makes use of bluetooth on Raspbian or Debian using the Bluecove Java api. - read more.

3 Jan 2015 - 12 Comments

Raspberry Pi - Running Java app on Raspbian

Logging my process while installing a java application I developed in Netbeans on windows 8.1 onto Raspbian running on a Raspberry Pi Model B. - read more.

30 Jan 2015

Tesco Hudl 2 - Developer Drivers

Installing Intel Android USB drivers for the Tesco Hudl to enable ADB access. - read more.

18 Oct 2014 - 8 Comments

Just-in-time debugger - Umbraco Issues

Finding an effective solution for the null pointer exception which triggers the just-in-time debugger in old Umbraco websites on windows server. - read more.

18 Aug 2014

Scripting MSSQL database schema and data

Covering how to script an entire database with table schema and data into a '.sql' file using Microsoft SQL Server and Management Console, I aim to shoot down any problems people may be facing whilst trying to migrate data to an older version of MSSQL Server. - read more.

5 Aug 2014

Creating an animated gallery with Fotorama

A Fotorama gallery can easily be set up without having to code any JavaScript. - read more.

15 May 2014

Extending Umbraco with Event Handlers

Working with Umbraco can be tricky for beginners, making Umbraco perform custom tasks is a great way to start making more advanced websites with enhanced features. - read more.

27 Feb 2014

Birth of my son Brody

So today, my son Brody was born weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces, looks like me! :D - read more.

22 Feb 2013 - 1 Comments

HTML5 and older browser support using a polyfill

I know most people want to get into using HTML5 and reap the massive benefits it has to offer but most people dont have the choice to migrate to HTML5 because of the restrictions of older browsers, I ... - read more.

4 Apr 2013

A guide to hosted libraries

Are you hosting jquery or code like it from your own website? If you are then why? Why not take the free benifit of having that code hosted for you because if you did then you'd be reducing server loa... - read more.

5 Apr 2013