Time flies so fast when you are having fun! It's hard to believe it has been eight months since I started my Tableau adventure and in that time, I have published 52 visualisations on my Tableau Public profile, which is a great achievement. But there's more to that, how has a piece of software made a difference to my … Continue reading Eight months in – Tableau has changed my life
You have probably heard the news a few days ago that the motorsport governing body, the FIA have introduced the halo head protection system for the 2018 Formula One season. A halo? You are probably thinking the multi-million best-selling XBOX video game series from Microsoft Studios. Wrong concept, it's not the the video game but the controversial head protection … Continue reading Head protection systems and halos – F1’s stickiest situation
With the recent release of the "N-Sane Trilogy" on PlayStation 4, flooding back memories for video gamers, Crash Bandicoot has always been one of my favourite video game series ever since I first played Cortex Strikes Back as a three-year-old child. As I had some data that I had wrangled from the VGChartz website at the … Continue reading Wumpa, Wumpa, Wumpa! Highlighting PlayStation sales for Crash Bandicoot
It's been a few months since I have wrote anything to do with Asperger's Syndrome, which is the developmental learning disability that I have had since I was three years old. In that time, my friends and peers have asked me to start writing more about my (disability) superpower that has made me the individual … Continue reading The Asperger’s Effect – It’s a way of life
As someone who has finished their media degree at Birmingham City University, I have recognised the importance of feedback not just on my course, but in the interests I pursue in my everyday life. Having constructive criticism in the work I produce only helps to develop myself to become a better worker but you could … Continue reading The importance of feedback
This is some news I wanted to share with you all for a while after taking up Tableau on the first day of 2017. The post will be relatively short but to-the-point as I want to share this piece of news with you all. It has been something I have thought about for a while … Continue reading Let’s start Tableau Tipping on YouTube!
The dawn of a new year beckons as 2016 becomes 2017 and already this year feels a lot quicker than last year. But there was a goal that I wanted to accomplish and that was to learn Tableau. On the first day of 2017, I jumped into the unknown and I have not looked back … Continue reading What have I learned on my first month using Tableau?
For the last couple of months, I have been freelancing at an online motorsport magazine website called theCheckeredFlag.co.uk. It's been one of my goals to write for the site for two years, and when I did impress on my trial article, I had finally achieved that goal, which gave me nothing but motivation to make … Continue reading Views and thoughts from freelancing at The Checkered Flag so far
The Birmingham Post have had their annual “Top 50 Rich List” for the richest people in the Midlands every year since 2010. However, has the 2016 Top 50 Rich List become posher or less posh since the 2011 Rich List? Which business leader has topped the 2016 Birmingham Post Top 50 Rich List and who? … Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC: Has the Birmingham Post Rich List become posher or less posh?
In 2010, Birmingham City Council signed a deal with Amey to carry out highway maintenance and management services in Birmingham for 25 years. The deal is worked through a private finance initiative (PFI), but how much does the Council pay Amey for roadwork expenditure per year? How much does Birmingham City Council actually pay Amey … Continue reading EXPLAINER: How much does Birmingham City Council and Amey pay for roadwork expenditure?