Trello: An update

Back in May you may have seen my post about how I use Trello.  This is just a quick update to let you know about some additional functionality that I came across. To give a bit of context, I have been looking for a way to share interesting URLs between the Chrome browser on my Linux … More Trello: An update

Why open up?

Although open source and open data are phrases that have become more common in recent years, there is still some confusion about what the benefits are of each of these. In this short blog post, I will go through a few of the key reasons why the open philosophy is a good one. Community support … More Why open up?

Geog-errr?

Ahh, the fun of creating business names. Over the years there have been some questions about how to pronounce Geoger. The correct way to do so is as in “jogger”. I fear that I was trying to be too clever with my naming strategy, but let me explain the rationale behind it. The idea was … More Geog-errr?

Why go independent?

Over the past 5 years that I’ve been working for myself, I’ve been asked quite a few times –  “Why did you set up Geoger?” There are many reasons for that, and I’ll cover some of them here as well as touch on what my vision was for the company. I started Geoger in August … More Why go independent?

Manage that project

At Geoger, I believe that project management should be: Light touch Low effort Effective Collaborative Open and clear With this in mind, I tend to use two main project management systems to keep track of progress when I am contracted to be the PM. One of these is a ‘master spreadsheet’ with a custom built … More Manage that project

Harwell Space Cluster

In February 2018 Geoger moved its office location to the Harwell Campus (at least for part of the week). Geoger now has a desk in the Satellite Applications Catapult co-space, and it’s been a brilliant experience so far. This month we are proud to be included in the Harwell Campus Space Cluster brochure. There are … More Harwell Space Cluster

Software: Trello

I mentioned in a previous blog post that I have looked at using Trello as a way of generating and managing my task list. Although Trello is great for many things, I just didn’t find it the right fit for managing my day to day tasks (despite there being numerous posts and videos on the … More Software: Trello

Mentoring

In August 2013, I set up Geoger Ltd. as a fully fledged company. I had a rough plan about what I was going to do, how I was going to do it, and I had a single contract for a couple of days work lined up and ready. I’d been in the commercial world since … More Mentoring