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Tom Wright

Head of software development at Global Pricing Innovations. Honoured to lead a fantastic international team. Mostly work with .Net and Azure. Inclusive nerd. He/him.

Location Cambridge, UK Joined Joined on  Personal website http://blog.tdwright.co.uk github website twitter website

Education

University of Sussex

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Head of software development at Global Pricing Innovations

Three ways the lockdown improved our agile culture

Three ways the lockdown improved our agile culture

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Running a static site for free with Azure Blob Storage and Cloudflare

Running a static site for free with Azure Blob Storage and Cloudflare

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Accelerating data ingestion with Bartscript

Accelerating data ingestion with Bartscript

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The Joy of Serverless

The Joy of Serverless

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Goodbye GoDaddy! Hello SiteGround!

Goodbye GoDaddy! Hello SiteGround!

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9 things Westworld can teach us about software engineering

9 things Westworld can teach us about software engineering

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Tools of the trade – COVID-19 edition

Tools of the trade – COVID-19 edition

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Aggressively tuning Cosmos DB (the long way round)

Aggressively tuning Cosmos DB (the long way round)

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Reticulating splines…

Reticulating splines…

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NDepend now supports OpenCover coverage files

NDepend now supports OpenCover coverage files

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3 advanced techniques for the Mixpanel and Google Analytics power user

3 advanced techniques for the Mixpanel and Google Analytics power user

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Practical pointers for working with Segment, Mixpanel and Google Analytics

Practical pointers for working with Segment, Mixpanel and Google Analytics

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Collecting behavioural data with Segment, Mixpanel and Google Analytics

Collecting behavioural data with Segment, Mixpanel and Google Analytics

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Understanding your users – an introduction to behavioural data

Understanding your users – an introduction to behavioural data

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10 great tech blogs you should read (that are written by women)

10 great tech blogs you should read (that are written by women)

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Using code analysers in VS Code – a couple of pain-points

Using code analysers in VS Code – a couple of pain-points

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Retrofitting code analysis to legacy projects – my 4 step strategy for long-term success

Retrofitting code analysis to legacy projects – my 4 step strategy for long-term success

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Seven reasons that Roslyn-based Code Analysers are awesome

Seven reasons that Roslyn-based Code Analysers are awesome

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Becoming a better supporter of women in tech

Becoming a better supporter of women in tech

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Anglocentrism broke my tests – ignore localisation at your peril!

Anglocentrism broke my tests – ignore localisation at your peril!

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