David Mytton

Book Review (3/5) – For the Record (David Cameron)

Published in Book Reviews.

My 3 star review of For the Record (David Cameron).

Obsolescence forced by software

Published in Product Engineering.

Perfectly functional hardware, forced into obsolescence by software. Do you always want to use the latest and greatest? What about your users? How long should you maintain software and APIs for?

Obsolescence forced by software

Book Review (4/5) – Billion Dollar Whale (Tom Wright)

Published in Book Reviews.

My 4 star review of Billion Dollar Whale (Tom Wright).

Staying connected to the front line

Published in Product Engineering, Startups.

When was the last time you spoke to your manager’s manager or your company CEO? You can only effectively manage 7-10 people so this post explores how you can stay in touch (with customers and employees) as your organisation grows.

Staying connected to the front line

Book Review (5/5) – The Social Contract (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)

Published in Book Reviews.

My 5 star review of The Social Contract (Jean-Jacques Rousseau).

Book Review (5/5) – Sustainable Energy – without the hot air (David J.C. MacKay)

Published in Book Reviews.

My 5 star review of Sustainable Energy – without the hot air (David J.C. MacKay).

Environmental circular economy and resource efficiency pledges in the UK General Election 2019

Published in Environment, Politics.

Comparing Labour and Conservative party General Election 2019 manifesto pledges on the environmental resource efficiency and the circular economy.

Environmental circular economy and resource efficiency pledges in the UK General Election 2019

Book Review (4/5) – Japanese Society: Tradition, Self, and the Social Order (Robert John Smith)

Published in Book Reviews.

My 4 star review of Japanese Society: Tradition, Self, and the Social Order (Robert John Smith).

Assessing the Uses of Contemporary Aerial and Space Borne Sources of Remote Sensing Data

Published in Environment.

Focusing on the era since Landsat-1, this essay will consider the development and application of space borne remote sensing techniques alongside aerial applications. The more recent development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will also be examined.

Assessing the Uses of Contemporary Aerial and Space Borne Sources of Remote Sensing Data

Book Review (5/5) – Steering the Craft: A Twenty-First-Century Guide to Sailing the Sea of Story (Ursula K. Le Guin)

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My 5 star review of Steering the Craft: A Twenty-First-Century Guide to Sailing the Sea of Story (Ursula K. Le Guin).

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