Papers, documents & software written by Paul Bradley. Topics covered include software development, the GNU/Linux operating system, LaTeX and basic video editing techniques. Besides technical articles you’ll find a couple of product reviews and some whimsical stuff too. Articles are ranked based on their popularity and readership.
This is my personal site; therefore, this site’s content is not endorsed by my employer, government, or dog. I currently work for the national health service as a software developer, specialising in health informatics. You can either read my professional profile on Linkedin or review my CV which outlines my skills and proficiencies
You can read what I’m working on now.
Each week I run a codeclub session at a local primary school teaching children aged between 9 and 11 the concepts of designing and writing software. This is professionally very rewarding and I would recommend every software developer give it a go.
As computer programming is now a key part of the standard primary school curriculum, there’s never been a better time to help kids develop their coding skills. I’ve started writing my first book, a parent friendly guide to teaching your child coding skills while having fun creating music. You can read the first couple of chapters for free.
- * new Using Lepton compression on Linux
- Teach your child to code the Sonic Pi music synth
- Video editing on Linux using kdenlive
- Essential Git, an introductory tutorial to Git on Windows
- LaTeX Typesetting Tips
- Reversing a video file on Linux
- Working with PDF files on Linux
- Typesetting music with LilyPond
- Essential Visual Basic
- Using the XML data type in SQL Server
- Creating Data Matrix Barcodes
- Passwords & Yubikey
You can review the complete list of documents from the sitemap.
Outside work I enjoy cycling, climbing, hiking, skiing & via ferrata