Joinery, Scottish Music, Entrepreneur and Programmer. Is there anything he can't do?

This week's Nutshell is James Littlejohn, founder of Dsensor, the open source Peer to Peer (P2P) platform to gather data to enable senseMaking i.e. we can all help to make sense of the world. James is currently considering working on crowdfunding his enterprise. He can turn his hand to anything - from joinery, to book keeping, scottish music and of course he us an entrepreneur and programmer extraordinaire.

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P2PProgrammerOpen Source
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