Sound of Silver: 10 Years On

When was it that you first felt old? When did you first look back on the five, ten years that have gone by and realise it had disappeared in the rear-view mirror far faster than you had imagined? I know I started to feel old pretty young.  I might have been halfway through academy (high school) when I really started to be aware of how quickly everything seemed to be going.  Of course it seems a bit daft now, to think you’re old at 13 — Read more →

Currency and Clipboard Plugins

I’m delighted to say that I’ve had my first two WordPress plugins accepted to the WordPress repo so that everyone using the platform can download and use them! Both of them were borne out of little issues that I found in my day-to-day coding and hopefully I’ve produced features that people will want to use and can integrate into their sites nicely! Find out more about what these plugins do and download them below: Click to Clipboard To make sharing info from a web page — Read more →

New site: Obraichean Gàidhlig

I’m delighted to announce today that my latest web project has gone live, and that it is Obraichean Gàidhlig – a website designed to help employers and jobseekers in the Gaelic community find each other. It’s a site that was borne out of a post-graduation sense of frustration that finding jobs related to Gaelic was a difficult task and there was no real way of keeping on top of it.  You could subscribe to alerts on different job feeds, but the results were very mixed — Read more →

T in the Park 2016 hitlist

T in the Park is just under a week away and I’m now at the point where I can barely contain my excitement for it. It’s been a little while since I’ve festivaled, and in the absence of a “proper” summer holiday this year the three days spent at Strathallan will be the best getaway I’ll have all year. While the line-up isn’t as strong throughout as it has been in other years, each day has it’s highlight that will be more than worth seeing, — Read more →

University & I

It feels a little surreal to be saying it, but my education career is over.  Words at times I never thought I’d actually be able to say! I’m now a graduate of the University of Aberdeen, and ready to finally go out into the big, bad world of work.  My four years have armed me with the skills and experiences I need to find myself a good job in the field that I want and I’ll soon be able to earn plenty money to make — Read more →