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Welcome to www.phil-dickinson.me.uk, my personal website. This site has been created for experimentation, as a place to try out various website programming techniques and was programmed using c# .net and vs 2010. This site is based around a three column layout that is flexible, but the columns have a fixed minimum width, if you resize your browser window, you will see what I mean. Finally, the site is not designed specifically to work on all platforms (phones, tablets, etc) so you may have trouble if you are viewing it on one of those devices.

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Hobbies

Photography is one of my hobies that has lasted a number of years. I currently have a Cannon 70D camera with some lenses and a flash, but I have used some other equipment in the past.The link above will take you to a specific page where I will be putting some links to a couple of photo albums that will show some the photos I have taken over time.

Psychology is another of my current hobbies. I have always wondered what makes people behave the way they so. I have spent a large part of my life immersed in the world of logic, true and false, yes and no, it is facinating to explore a 'world of grey', 'possibly' and 'why not'.

Personal

So should you put something personal on a website for all to see?

Well somethings seem OK, for example you can add a link to a blog area of the site that details what you are doing with it.

But for some things, a cv for example, you may want to limit access to, by putting that section behind a password entry system, or limit the detail available as I have or will do here.

Everything Else

Programming is, or rather was, my main occupation. I started coding in 'C' and HP Basic some years ago, but then moved into C# when moved from classic asp to asp.net programming. Having recently found myself to be 'surplus to requirement' in my previous employment position, I now intend just let my programming interest float and do more of 'what I want to' rather than what's necessary to make a living...it should make a pleasant change after recent years.

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