The normal advice for a blog is to pick a subject area and concentrate on creating content solely on that subject.

I’m not doing that. I’m interested in a lot of different things – cycling, technology, philosophy, science and news – and I like to write about them all from time to time. If that means my blog is too unfocussed or eclectic to gain a large audience, so be it. I mostly write for my own amusement anyway.

There are categories at the top and in a box to the right for those who are only interested in one topic.

About me

I’m a software engineer who enjoys doing sport more than watching it, unless I know the people involved. I live in Wiltshire with my wife and daughter.

I agree with Phil Gaimon about what the rules for cycling ought to be.

Here are a collection of links to my other things:

My CV/Resumé.

My Stack Overflow developer story.

My GitHub Profile.

My Stack Exchange profile flair:
profile for James Bradbury on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites

My Strava Stats are here.