How do we use digital twins to solve problems?
Composing and sending emails needs to be done with thought – like any means of communication, it shapes your personal and corporate brand. The way you manage and construct emails has a real impact on your professional reputation – and the way you write them is crucial to landing your message in the right way.… Continue reading How to land your Email in the right way
Last week, I was lucky enough to go and receive Bays Consulting’s Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award in a ceremony at Portsmouth. The event was kindly hosted by the South East Reserve Forces and Cadets Association, onboard HMS King Alfred, where we were one of 40 companies, large and small, to be presented our… Continue reading Bays Consulting received Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award
INTRODUCTION As I finished my second year at the University of Warwick pursuing a degree in Cyber Security, I was eager to return to Bays Consulting where I had previously completed an internship last summer. If you have not read my last blog, you can find it on their website titled ‘An Internship in Cyber… Continue reading My second internship in cyber security
Not your hedge trimmings or leftover macaroni cheese; waste that can slip into our work stream without us even realising. The kind of waste that makes us sigh about lost desk time or poor planning. As much as waste is something we all want to reduce, before we throw it all in the bin, it’s… Continue reading Let’s talk about waste
If like me you are always up for an argument and enjoy the pub brawl that is Twitter more than you wish you did, you might have tuned into one or more of the Conservative Party leadership election debates that are ongoing as I write this post. If you did, you quite possibly found that,… Continue reading So who’s got the answer?
Don’t worry. For a change from what seems to be normal day-to-day fodder at the moment, I’m not going to talk about viruses. Rather, it’s a tale about a plumbing fitting, a missing support and a very large hole in a roof. Let’s set the scene. Ian earlier part of my life I was often called… Continue reading It’s the little things that get you the worst
With coding and technology being so popular in 2022, people working in the industry are spoilt for choice with the countless options for programming languages. As if the choice of language wasn’t difficult enough, there are also so many IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and code editors to choose from. Jupyter Notebook is a web-based IDE… Continue reading My New-Found Love for Python Functions
As data scientists, we’re used to splitting training and testing data, to evaluate the performance of our models. Recently, I had the opportunity to put those two words together in quite a different way, when I prepared and led an internal training session on an entirely different, but highly important, technique: Unit Testing. The importance of… Continue reading Training on Testing
plot.ly dash is a great framework for building dashboards – but that’s not the only use for it. I tend to use plot.ly dash for all my web-app needs – mostly because I haven’t hit a wall yet where I can’t achieve something using plot.ly dash that I can be using another framework. I recently… Continue reading Calendar with pandas and plot.ly dash