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5 days ago
Newest - Vim Colors
Vim Colors can automatically generate previews of Vim colorschemes from GitHub repos.
vim  colorscheme 
4 weeks ago
12 Factor CLI Apps – Jeff Dickey – Medium
“12 Factor CLI Apps” by @jdxcode https://t.co/7mdMIyOeXn

— Abraham Williams (@abraham) October 9, 2018
4 weeks ago
Six Tips for Mastering your Procfile – Adam McCrea – Medium
At it simplest, the Procfile is where you declare the one or more processes to be run for your app to function. Heroku’s docs do a great job of explaining the Procfile format, so this post will focus on a bit more advanced usage.
procfile  heroku 
july 2018
Excerpt: ‘Now My Heart Is Full’ by Laura June
When my mother became a mother, she was new to adulthood. She’d never managed her own checking account. If she’d had a job, it had been for spending money. She’d gone to private Catholic school from kindergarten through college, and her parents bought all her expensive clothes and made sure she didn’t want for anything. You could say she was spoiled, but as a mother now myself, I am averse to that word sometimes.
parenting 
july 2018
twitter.com
This is amazing technical work: a summary of the last 5 years of Go's GC improvements and how they went from 300ms to 600µs latencies (500x!)

https://blog.golang.org/ismmkeynote
Software  golang 
july 2018
How to Use Slack and Not Go Crazy | Inside PSPDFKit
Communicating well is one of the key attributes of highly effective teams. We currently have 40 people at PSPDFKit, and because we’re spread across many countries and time zones, it’s a challenge to keep everyone in the loop. For a long time, we were small enough that email worked well.
communication  slack 
july 2018
Strapdown.js - Instant and elegant Markdown documents
Strapdown.js makes it embarrassingly simple to create elegant Markdown documents. No server-side compilation required. Use it to quickly document your projects, create tutorials, home pages, etc. (For example, the page you are reading was generated by Strapdown).
markdown  javascript 
june 2018
Apptivate 2.2
A simple, beautiful way to create global hotkeys for your files and applications.
mac  hotkey  launcher  productivity 
june 2018
How I Work Remotely – Nicholas Tietz-Sokolsky – Medium
I’ve been working remote since September 2016. There are a lot of engineers who have worked remote longer than I have; there are others who have more insight into how they work than I do; and there…
remote  work 
june 2018
Engines Before Services · Mark Phelps
If you’ve ever worked on a poorly designed, monolithic Rails application you know how messy they can get. Fat controllers referencing models nested in fol
rails 
may 2018
Over 130 Things to Do Together Online & in Real Time! - LDR Magazine
This is a list of over 130 things to do together online: websites, applications, browsers, smartphone/tablet apps and more that will allow you to do things with the people you care about online as if they were right next to you.
may 2018
Dinahmoe Labs - Plink
intuitive multiplayer music experience
audio  music  game  multiplayer 
may 2018
AnonDraw - Draw online on an infinite paint canvas
Draw online and collaborate with strangers or draw with friends in a public or private room. In our paint pad you can draw interactivly in group.
may 2018
Tribe - Social Game Boy™
Tribe is the first live multiplayer games platform. Each of our fun and silly games let you see and hear up to 8 of your friends while playing together. From now on, you can challenge them in real-time when you’re physically apart!
may 2018
Drawception - The social picture telephone game!
Drawing game that combines the classic telephone game with simple drawing and thousands of players. Hilarity ensues!
may 2018
DIY Creators - YouTube - YouTube
Type of videos I make - Furniture and home decor - Woodworking and shop projects - Limited tools (for woodworking beginners) - Concrete Sponsoring / advertis...
may 2018
Sip for Mac
Sip Color picker for Mac and iPhone
color  mac  dev 
may 2018
Paw – The most advanced API tool for Mac
Paw is a full-featured and beautifully designed Mac app that makes interaction with REST services delightful.Whether you are an API maker or consumer, Paw helps you build HTTP requests, inspect the server's response and even generate client code.
browser  api  osx  tools  development 
may 2018
Carbon
Create and share beautiful images of your source code.
Start typing or drop a file into the text area to get started.
code  presentation 
april 2018
My Productivity Boosters — A random collection of tricks and tools — What are yours?
love working on projects. I’ve been working on all kinds of projects for 12 years now and over time, some patterns emerged.

Here are some of my non-technical workflows that work very well for me and that I want to share.
productivity 
april 2018
What terminal font do you prefer?
I’m trying to settle on a terminal font and I’m wondering what everyone else is using.

UPDATE: I’m overwhelmed by the diversity of the responses. I expected to see one or two fonts dominate but it is truly diverse and people are obviously passionate about their terminal font.
font  terminal 
april 2018
The 25 best icebreaker questions for team-building at work
Our most popular get-to-know-you questions for work, based on four years of data.
april 2018
Demystifying the IO Monad for Rubyists - Tina Wuest
There is a terrible cycle which exists in the lifecycle of functional programmers. Monads are confusing at first so the programmer will read many articles explaining how monads are actually easy---which will fail to achieve any pedagogical goals due to the fact that the article is filled with self-referential language, leaving the programmer even more confused. Eventually, monads will click (like pointers, or pass-by-reference, or so many other concepts tend to eventually do), and the programmer will be happy and productive. Finally, after a few years working with this understanding, and after several discussions helping other programmers to better understand monadic abstractions, the programmer will write something explaining how monads are actually just delicious collections of meat, cheese, and vegetables wrapped in bread. The cycle has completed, and it will continue.

This article will complete my contract with the dark lords of functional programming, and complete the cycle for myself. I hope it will be useful to you, dear reader, by some meaning of the word.
haskell  ruby 
april 2018
TopN for your Postgres database
However, getting the counts of different items, sorting them and taking the top “N” of them out of your database—that can start to become much more challenging at larger scale.
postgres 
march 2018
Using gpg-agent Effectively
I’ve used GnuPG (or “GPG”) for years now, but until recently I had never bothered setting up gpg-agent. I’ve just never needed it. The agent mediates access to private keys. These keys are only required for decryption and signing; encryption and signature verification only require public keys. I’ve mostly used GPG in the past for encrypting backups before uploading them to cloud storage, and this doesn’t require using an agent. When I needed to restore backups or sign Debian and RPM packages I would just enter my password, but this was infrequent enough to make an agent unnecessary.
march 2018
GitHub - cjbassi/gotop: A TUI graphical activity monitor
Another TUI graphical activity monitor, inspired by gtop and vtop, this time written in Go!
march 2018
vim-pipe
Send a vim buffer through a command and instantly see the output.
postgres  vim 
march 2018
Amethyst | ianyh
Tiling window manager for macOS along the lines of xmonad.
mac 
march 2018
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