My comment is that I am worried that now the moral brigade have been succesful making smoking in public places socially unacceptable that alcohol will be their next target.
The Oxford Brewing group is holding a Taste & Swap day at Kennington Village Hall on 2nd June 2007. An invitation is open to any craft brewers who can make it to Oxford that day.
There was a discussion panel session entitled So simple a child can program it, on a mobile phone at ACCU 2007. We had a similar side discussion at a meeting of the Oxtremists and there was an article at O’Reilly called Where’s the 8 bit revolution for my kids?
This is a few notes about what I remember from the ACCU session.
Everybody else seems to have one, so now do I….
This will cover several subjects:
- Software Development – I run a software development company, developing software in C++, Java and whatever else is useful to solve a problem. We are focussing on small games devices at the moment, eg. mobile phones and custom made handheld machines, but also develop server/client and desktop applications for Windows, Mac, Linux including a Document Revision Management tool. I attend meetings of the oXtremists and am a member of ACCU and just came back from attending the 2007 conference.
- Brewing Beer – I make beer at home. Am a member of CBA and the Oxford Brewing Group
My previous personal web site is at www.greenius.ltd.uk/personal/steven/, which contains more information about my hobbies and things… but I never kept it up to date. You can probably find older more embarrassing versions of my site on the wayward engine