Jamie Balfour BSc

Welcome to my personal website!

Technology enthusiast

I am very interested in technology, particularly relating to computer science. I am most interested in web design and development.

My main hobby is programming. One of my most well known products from this is ZPE. I also am the sole creator of BalfBlog, BalfBar and BalfSlider.

A little bit about me

In 1997, when I was six years of age, I got my very first computer. I was always very interested in the ins and outs of it and dismantled it to see how it worked.

Years later, in 2016 I received my BSc (with honours) in Computer Science, obtaining a First class degree.

I'd like to welcome you to my website and hope you enjoy using it as much as I have enjoyed building it!

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Jamie Balfour BSc
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Personal Blog

Remain or leave. That is the question in this Europe referendum.

I know what I've voted, but what's the result going to be?

From statistics, which I will say are often far from correct, it looks neck and neck, but really, I am expecting the Remain campaign to win this, at least here in Scotland.

I'll be live updating this blog post as the more important results come in, and in the morning I will update it with the final results in a beautiful graph.

The first result - Newcastle upon Tyne

With the first result coming in just as I was posting this, from Newcastle upon Tyne, I thought I might graph it now as it comes in (this is expected to be big voter of Remain).

As it seems, Newcastle was only a marginal win for the Remain campaign.

A bit later

Sunderland was the first to vote Leave and it was a considerable win for the Leave side.

Edinburgh and East Lothian

In general, Scotland has voted no to leaving Europe, and in East Lothian the Remain campaign managed to get a decent 66% of the vote and in Edinburgh they received a whopping 75% of the vote.

We've now officially left

At 4.40 on the 24th of June 2016, it was officially announced that the UK has voted to leave the EU.

It is a sad day that England has taken the UK out of the EU. More importantly, Scotland was told this:


Now what happens? We voted 'No' and were told this was the only way for us to remain in the EU and now we are leaving.

The final results

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