Blog posts by Duncan Brown

  • Using Docker for Dashboards at dxw

    The dxw office is full of screens: on the desks, on the walls, everywhere. The ones on the walls show useful information: who’s working on what, the health of various sites and services, and data visualisations. Because these things have grown organically over time, they’re awkward to manage. They are all written in different languages […]

  • Map Camp: The power of maps

    The maps at Map Camp are not geographical maps. They are Wardley Maps, invented by Simon Wardley, who is also the founder of Map Camp. This was the first one ever, and I was lucky to have a ticket: there were 250 people filling St John’s, Hoxton, and 250 more on the waiting list. The […]