Having discovered Project Red Card, I started thinking about who owns performance data from football matches? And how is it captured and processed, to come up with something useful? Fairly quickly I found myself plotting some maps using freely available data from StatsBomb — but how did I get there?

My first pass map, generated with StatsBomb

It’s funny where browsing can lead you. I was Googling Russell Slade, one of our old managers at Brighton and Hove Albion, and came across something he’s involved in called Project Red Card. This is an action group which argues that under UK and EU data protection laws, players’ performance…

Based on my experiences in last 12 months of finding the right agencies for clients, as well as work done for an online product business

I’ve broken these notes into two main sections, with some random notes at the end. These notes cover what I’ve seen in terms of project management as part of running my supplier selection process, as well as the consultancy work I’ve done in-house for clients.

Clients and agencies

By the time I’ve helped…

From https://jitsi.org/blog/new-feature-brady-bunch-style-layout/ The Jitsi team on a morning stand up

Here’s the tl;dr. End to end, if you’re fairly quick at setting up instances on whatever you use for Linux servers, then you can rip through all of this fairly quickly. The four main steps are as follows:-

1. Set up an instance on AWS and prepare to install Jitsi…

As a sole trader, or as owner of a modern small or micro business you’ll want to be getting the most possible out of online technologies.

The overarching strategy

I think it’s important, especially in the early days, to not spend too much time deliberating over what to use for the various areas you need to cover. Ultimately, your products and services are what differentiates you. Even if you are a technology business, you are probably not in the…


Dad and Husband who loves the great outdoors. Own @miggle, digital product management consultancy.

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