A SlackLibrarian using Mendeley

  0 TL; DR Finding files and especially uploaded PDFs in Slack can be time consuming and lead to a lot of frustration. I build a small Slackbot that combines the Slack and Mendeley APIs to detect when a user has uploaded a PDF to Slack and prompt the user to tag and upload the PDF to …
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My summer internship at Sandtable

Close to handing over the projects I’ve worked on during my short stint as a software engineer intern at Sandtable, I find this is a good opportunity to reflect about my experience working here. I was brought in to explore solutions for some inconveniences in the development process, and thanks to the support of my …
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Christmas Party 2015

The Sandtable Christmas party was held recently -- on the 25th of November -- yes, a month from Xmas day. Xmas is again approaching, fast. The party started in the office with a drink and mince pie, and the muchly anticipated Secret Santa. Tension was high. Who would get what? And from whom?! Sandtable has grown …
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Why model?

Just over a month ago the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) produced their latest report on the economic and fiscal outlook which said: “We still expect the economy to avoid a technical recession with positive growth in the first quarter of 2012.” Last week and less than 6 weeks after the publication of the OBR report the …
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Why Sandtable?

In my mind naming a company is the hardest part of being an entrepreneur. Coming up with something that has meaning for you and your market is hard enough. Getting a domain name to go with it makes the whole process deeply frustrating. I know exactly when and where I came up with the name Sandtable. …
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