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Top 4 Interactive Whiteboard Apps for Remote Meetings
Interactive whiteboard apps are a great way to keep remote employees engaged. Check out our four recommendations in our new blog.
tools  whiteboarding 
5 hours ago
How white space killed an enterprise app (and why data density matters)
Spacious. Minimalist. Clean. Bountiful white space has become the de facto design aesthetic in consumer apps. And I’m not here to hate on the trend. Used effectively, white space is attractive and…
design  ui  ux  data  viz  data-density  layout 
6 hours ago
Getting Ahead By Being Inefficient
Being perfect at something is dangerous if it’s the only thing you can do.
efficiency  advice  career  generalists  interesting  best-practices 
8 hours ago
Teaching coding from the Metal Up or from the Glass Back? - Scott Hanselman
Scott Hanselman on Programming, The Web, Open Source, .NET, The Cloud and More
cs  coding  learning  learning-style  hanselman 
8 hours ago
State of Remote Work 2019 | Buffer
How remote workers from around the world feel about remote work, the benefits and struggles that come along with it, and what it’s like to be a remote worker in 2019.
remote-work  remote  work  report  resources  bhive 
2 days ago
Map, reduce, and fold for the programmatically imperative | prose :: and :: conz
When I first experienced functional programming in Scala, I had some learning curves to get over thanks to years of imperative programming. One of those came when knowing what to do with a collection of items (more generally, this applies to some (all?) monadic types. However, I'm going to resist the urge to contribute to�
scala  map-reduce  mapreduce  functional  programming  functional-programming 
7 days ago
UX Design Courses & Global UX Community | Interaction Design Foundation
Online UX design courses and literature created by design experts. Don Norman: "A goldmine of information on interaction design."
ux  courses  ui  courseware  resources  design  community  ixd  learning 
7 days ago
JReinhold/mdx-deck-live-code: A component for mdx-deck to live code in your slides. 🤯
A component for mdx-deck to live code in your slides. 🤯 - JReinhold/mdx-deck-live-code
coding  presentation  markdown 
7 days ago
Elm Weekly — Issue #50
The wonderful world of the Elm programming language, in your inbox.
elm  elm-lang  newsletter 
8 days ago
Spotting Lies: Listen, Don't Look : NPR
Think liars always sweat and avoid eye contact? Not really, say researchers. They're coming up with new interrogation tactics that tell cops to listen closely and seek information, not just a confession.
lying  truthfulness 
9 days ago
Memorizing a programming language using spaced repetition software | Derek Sivers
Derek Sivers: I’ve been doing this for a year, and it’s the most helpful learning technique I’ve found in 14 years of computer programming.
memorization  anki  memory 
10 days ago
Tricks for Dealing With Toxic Colleagues – Office Politics – Medium
There’s something uniquely cathartic in complaining to your colleagues about your shared place of work. Unlike your real friends, your work friends understand your specific office grievances, and can…
work  office-politics 
14 days ago
Advice From a Hiring Manager to a Code Bootcamp Graduate
As a director of engineering responsible for a lot of hiring and recruiting, I often talk with folks who have recently graduated from a 3–6 month code bootcamp. A common question is: The fact is that…
software  career  advice  bootcamp  coding 
14 days ago
Benefits of a daily diary and topic journals | Derek Sivers
Derek Sivers: You know those people whose lives are transformed by meditation or yoga or something like that?
writing  journal  journaling  diary  journals  sivers 
16 days ago
Why Mindfulness And Trauma-Informed Teaching Don't Always Go Together | MindShift | KQED News
Teachers need to be aware that some of the trappings of mindfulness -- sitting with eyes closed -- could be triggers for students who have experienced trau
mindful  mindfulness  teachers 
18 days ago
SPIRITUAL EMERGENCE NETWORK USA
SEN provides individuals that are experiencing psychospiritual difficulties a referral and support service. In a culture which has not understood issues surroun..
meditation  dark-night 
19 days ago
(16) Experiences of the Dissolution (Bhanga) Process - Part 1 of 3 ~ Shinzen Young - YouTube
In this playlist you'll find some of the challenges that can come up for students. In the three-part video set Shinzen discusses with a student some of the h...
meditation  dark-night  dissolution  shinzen 
19 days ago
tc39/proposal-pipeline-operator: A proposal for adding the simple-but-useful pipeline operator to JavaScript.
A proposal for adding the simple-but-useful pipeline operator to JavaScript. - tc39/proposal-pipeline-operator
javascript  ecmascript  esnext  pipeline-operator 
20 days ago
Type-Driven Development – Replacing Unit Tests with Types in Typescript
Unit tests are great. But on TypeScript projects, many of them can be replaced with explicit type definitions, easing your development cycle.
typescript  testing  types 
20 days ago
Static CMS for Hugo & Jekyll | Forestry.io
A content management system for static sites built with Hugo and Jekyll. Get the speed, security, and reliability of static and the power of a Headless CMS. /
static-site  cms  webdev  web  websites 
21 days ago
Don’t Shave That Yak! | Seth's Blog
Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect
business  life  productivity  advice  wisdom  blogs 
21 days ago
Dissecting Front-end Job Titles – Prototypr
It used to be straight forward. There was frontend, there was backend, and there was often a graphic designer. In the world of web development titles, things were pretty straight forward. If you…
career  job-title  ux  web  ui 
22 days ago
Learn Enough Docker to be Useful – Towards Data Science
Containers are hugely helpful for improving security, reproducibility, and scalability in software development and data science. Their rise is one of the most important trends in technology today…
learning  docker  containers 
23 days ago
How I’m working to overcome my struggles as a junior developer
GIF it up for GIFs from your favorite TV shows, Hulu Originals and Exclusive programming, but it doesn't stop there. Sign up for Hulu now: hulu.com/welcome
code  career  advice 
23 days ago
Checking if an input is empty with CSS | Zell Liew

Is it possible to know if an input is empty with only CSS? I had that question when I tried to make an autocomplete component for Learn JavaScript. Basically, I wanted to: 1. Hide a dropdown if the input is empty 2. Show the dropdown if the input is filled
css  validation 
29 days ago
Playing With Prisms ∷ [ toast.al ]
One way to deal with a <select> input value is using a Prism from a union type to a string and maybe back.
elm  elm-lang  modules  examples  interesting 
29 days ago
browser/navigation-in-elements.md at 1.0.0 · elm/browser
Create Elm programs that run in browsers! Contribute to elm/browser development by creating an account on GitHub.
elm  elm-0.19  elm-lang 
4 weeks ago
Interactive Data Visualization with D3.js – Towards Data Science
Interactive visualizations can add an impressive oomph to plain and boring datasets. The main characteristic of interactive data is in its use as an application on its own. It allows users to select…
data  viz  visualizations 
4 weeks ago
How to Easily Build Desktop Apps with HTML, CSS and Javascript
In this Article we will be focussing mainly on how Electron can be used to create desktop applications with Web Technologies like HTML, CSS and Javascript. Electron can be used to build Desktop Apps…
css  html  javascript  apps  electron 
4 weeks ago
toastal/select-prism: Use a Monocle Prism to handle <select> conflict between ADTs and Strings
Use a Monocle Prism to handle <select> conflict between ADTs and Strings - toastal/select-prism
elm  elm-lang  modules  examples  interesting 
4 weeks ago
Hazard Fraught Travel Trailer - Chris Martin's Blog
I built a travel/camping/cargo trailer sized for a subcompact car.
adventure  travel  trailer  c-mart 
5 weeks ago
GoogleChromeLabs/quicklink: ⚡️Faster subsequent page-loads by prefetching in-viewport links during idle time
⚡️Faster subsequent page-loads by prefetching in-viewport links during idle time - GoogleChromeLabs/quicklink
web  performance 
5 weeks ago
A Top Roboticist Says A.I. Will Not Conquer Humanity
If you imagine the technologies that will define daily life in 50 years, it’s tempting to think of Arthur C. Clarke’s dictum that advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. You might…
robots  ai  robotics 
5 weeks ago
Not a nomad blog
A travel blog by a working girl balancing a full-time job and part-time world travel. Learn how to find work abroad, work remotely, and move to Europe! Plus travel tips for destinations around the world.
travel  travel-blog 
5 weeks ago
5 unique day trips not to miss from Berlin | Not a nomad blog
Whether you're looking for nature or culture, monuments or mealtime, these unique day trips from Berlin are a seriously great way to round out your experience in eastern Germany. Plus they're all less than two hours away!
berlin  germany 
5 weeks ago
Flipping Out
Just an array of animated table flipping text emoticons. Their original states are even copypasteable! Update 1/7/19: Added some new ones...
css  emoji  awesome  tableflip 
6 weeks ago
nhnent/tui.calendar: 🍞📅A JavaScript calendar that has everything you need.
🍞📅A JavaScript calendar that has everything you need. - nhnent/tui.calendar
javascript  widget  calendar 
8 weeks ago
The best front-end hacking cheatsheets — all in one place.
It’s rather impossible to remember all the APIs by heart. This is when cheatsheets jump in! Here are the best front-end cheatsheets I’ve gathered. If you found this post useful, please give me some…
web  webdev  resources  programming  css  cheatsheets 
9 weeks ago
F# spoiled me, or why I don’t enjoy C# anymore – Roman Liman – Medium
This was my primary language, every time I compared it to other popular languages I was happy I accidentally chose it. Python and Javascript lack static typing (assuming JS has any kind of typing)…
F#  fsharp  dotnet  functional-programming  functional  programming 
9 weeks ago
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