I’m in Rome at the moment with my family and it’s amazing to think that over 2000 years ago the Romans had the knowledge and technology to create aqueducts and antiquities that weren’t possible elsewhere.
The Pantheon is an amazing structure with a self-supporting roof, the Romans knew to put the heaviest materials at the bottom and lightest at the top. We can all use this analogy when it comes to taking on a modern tech project… solid foundations of heavy code and a database as a base for softer web code to make it look good!
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Monzo… A mobile bank that allows me to budget and track my spending, I get instant notifications when I buy something and can pay mobile contacts easily.
Spotify… Music on the go and good for in the car!
Peak… Bit of brain training
Google Maps… Have become very reliant upon!
Amazon… Love a cheeky mobile purchase!
HayDay… I do love games that I can build up levels, nerdy but fun, along with, Clash Royale!
OneNote… which I have saved on my OneDrive and can use on my iPhone and it updates onto my laptop.
Of course… all my social media accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp!