Based in Cambridge, Pythonista for about a decade. Professionally interested in natural language and data mining, unprofessionally interested in experimental music, beer and mountains. Head of R&D at Transversal.
One weird trick for improving your communication
The best advice I've been given on technical communication is "understand what you want to achieve before you think about what you want to say". I'm going to discuss why I think this is important, with examples ranging from planning meetings to writing documentation.