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Introduction - Purgecss
> Purgecss is a tool to remove unused CSS. It can be used as part of your development workflow. Purgecss comes with a JavaScript API, a CLI, and plugins for popular build tools.
opensource  performance  js  workflow  tool  css  tools  purge  asset-management  webdev 
november 2018 by jefftriplett
Probot | GitHub Apps to automate and improve your workflow
> Use pre-built apps to extend GitHub, and easily build and share your own.
integration  git  javascript  api  workflow  apps  app  bots  bot  github 
april 2018 by jefftriplett
Arianna Huffington deletes every email her employees get while they're on vacation -- Quartz
> “The way it works is simple: While you’re away on vacation, people who email you get a message, letting them know when you’ll be back. And then — the most important part — the tool deletes the email. If the email is important, the sender can always send it again. If it’s not, then it’s not waiting for you when you get back, or, even worse, tempting you to read it while you’re away. So the key is not just that the tool is creating a wall between you and your email; it’s that it frees you from the mounting anxiety of having a mounting pile of emails waiting for you on your return — the stress of which mitigates the benefits of disconnecting in the first place.”
email  vacation  workflow  life 
september 2017 by jefftriplett
Wordpress's owner is closing its San Francisco office because its employees never show up
> Automattic has always given its 550 employees the choice of working remotely; the San Francisco space was an optional co-working space, spokesman Mark Armstrong said. The company maintains similar offices in Cape Town, South Africa, and outside Portland, Maine, and gives employees a $250-a-month stipend it they want to use commercial co-working offices elsewhere. And if they'd rather work at Starbucks, Automattic will pay for their coffee.
culture  work  wordpress  remote  businessplan  telecommuting  bizplan  labor  fortpj  workflow  business  productivity 
june 2017 by jefftriplett
How I manage my e-mail guilt trips
In December last year I found myself buried under the pile of tasks, to-dos, emails and unanswered messages. All of this wasn’t a work that I’m getting paid for, but volunteer work I really wanted to...
email  workflow 
august 2016 by jefftriplett
How I Manage My Emails
Because of a number of initiatives I'm involved in, I do get a lot of emails. I send around 300 of them monthly and receive a couple of times that number....
email  article  gtd  productivity  workflow  from instapaper
december 2015 by jefftriplett
My Trello Setup for Managing Job Applications
> We get a lot of applications and I am responsible for the decision-making and hiring process. It feels a bit wierd, since we are a Ruby on Rails-shop but we need someone to handle all the 'regular' web sites. To make sure I review every application and keep in touch with the applicants (both Yes/No answers) I use a Trello board for managing the applications.

I'm actually doing this more and more for websites and contact us forms.
trello  workflow 
july 2015 by jefftriplett
Productivity Quest: Email
Email sucks. One person's system for dealing with it. I need to apply most of these points.
article  email  gtd  productivity  workflow 
february 2015 by jefftriplett
Docker Workflow Automation
Shipway connects your GitHub teams to a brave new Docker world.
docker  shipping  workflow 
december 2014 by jefftriplett
A Rebase Workflow for Git
This Git workflow articles lead me to believe that git is the assembly language of source control.
git  workflow  bestpractices 
june 2012 by jefftriplett
Scott Chacon on the Interwebs
Good overview of how the github folks do their thing.
development  git  workflow  github  tutorial 
august 2011 by jefftriplett

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