You can see from this that I like running round the canals in East London and along
the river. I have a few longer runs; out to Battersea Park, out to the Royal Dock
and up to the Castle Climbing Centre in Stoke Newington. I also spent some time in
Walthamstow and ran in Epping Forest.
There’s alot more congestion here as I use my bike to get around town. You can still
see my hotspots though. You can see my Walthamstow time quite clearly (I had to
commute in regularly) as can you see my visits out to Clapham and Wandsworth.
The loop round the Royal Docks was from the London Triathlon.
Bit random but I updated them for the first time in a while today and was quite
Val d’Isère what a blowout. Espace Killy still my favourite ski area!
I’ve just come back from another week of ski touring and piste skiing in Val d’Isère
and Tignes. The highlights were the early morning skinning up to and beyond La
Folie Douce and a day tour up to Dome de Parmecou and back down Grand Balme.
I’ve just deployed CircleCI for a VetCraft,
a client of mine. Continuous Integration and Delivery is always impresses me. It follows our GitHub repository and when
we commit to the development branch, it checks out the code, downloads our dependencies (Composer, NPM and Bower), runs our build script
(Gulp for Laravel) and runs our tests (PHPUnit).
If all is successful it gzips the results and scps it to our development server, brings the server down, runs database
migrations, a few more tests and then brings the server back up.
This is all automatically done from a commit/merge to our development branch. Takes me 1 second, CircleCI about 3 minutes, allows
us to work faster and saves me hours per week.