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  1. Dev Checks – Improving code quality by getting developers to look at each other’s work

    Posted on January 17th, 2011 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Uncategorized.

    I’ve been working on the BBC’s Homepage for about a year now, leading a team of five front-end developers to create a high quality product. One of the processes that I introduced to the team about six months ago was that of a formal “dev check” after every task that we completed from our backlog. […]

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  2. WikiSlurp: Slurping Data from Wikipedia for Fun and Profit

    Posted on September 28th, 2008 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Uncategorized.

    This last weekend I attended BarCamp London 5, where I talked about WikiSlurp, my technique for accessing the wealth of data held within Wikipedia. I currently use WikiSlurp on both Is Neil Annoyed By and The Ten Word Review as a way to pull in additional information about the things described on individual pages. These […]

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