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The Pastry Box
Each year, The Pastry Box Project gathers 30 people who are each influential in their field and asks them to share thoughts regarding what they do. Those thoughts are then published every day throughout the year at a rate of one per day, starting January 1st and ending December 31st.
10 days ago
Honeybadger
Diagnose and fix application errors, faster. Exception, uptime and performance monitoring for your web apps
21 days ago
Taptronome
Taptronome is the first gesture-based metronome for the iPhone. Designed for ease-of-use and glanceability, engineered for accuracy.
24 days ago
Drew Forsyth Photography
Drew Forsyth is a Dance, Commercial & Documentary Photographer working out of Manchester, UK.
26 days ago
mycli
Mycli is a console command line interface for MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona with auto-completion and syntax highlighting.
4 weeks ago
GitUp
Work quickly, safely, and without headaches. The Git interface you've been missing all your life has finally arrived.
4 weeks ago
technosophos/dashing
A Dash Generator Script for Any HTML
5 weeks ago
watchman | A file watching service
Watchman exists to watch files and record when they change. It can also trigger actions (such as rebuilding assets) when matching files change.
5 weeks ago
twbs/bootstrap-sass
Official Sass port of Bootstrap
6 weeks ago
DrBoolean/mostly-adequate-guide
Mostly adequate guide to FP (in javascript)
functionalprogramming 
6 weeks ago
Civil Comments
Civil Comments: Stop worrying about your comments, and start building the community your site deserves.
6 weeks ago
Be Nice Weekly Newsletter
A weekly newsletter of customer experience articles.
6 weeks ago
CloudBeats
Ultimate player for your music collection in the cloud.
7 weeks ago
A large part of the problem is the failure to distinguish between the aggregate ...
A large part of the problem is the failure to distinguish between the aggregate and the individual. For the sake of argument let's say that the population of individuals who would make good engineers is 60% male and 40% female. From an aggregate level that's a huge difference. Once you gather enough of people that statistical inferences can be made, the difference becomes obvious. In a classroom, for instance. But at an individual level that difference becomes insignificant. If you grab one boy and one girl at random, there's a very significant chance the girl is better at engineering than the boy. At the individual level, there are much better predictors of whether a person is good at engineering than their sex. Five minutes of conversation wouldn't be authoritative but it would be much more predictive than the individual's sex.
7 weeks ago
BookTrackr
A reading list that actually helps you read
8 weeks ago
Big Nerd Books
books on Mac and iOS development by the Big Nerd Ranch
8 weeks ago
Salted
Salted is a new type of cooking school. We're working with 75 of the best chefs in the country to bring our members a world class cooking education, grounded in beautiful video, exclusive classes, and both culinary skills and recipes from the most celebrated restaurants in the country. We've got big plans, and we hope you'll join us on the exciting journey ahead.
cooking  videos 
8 weeks ago
RAML - RESTful API modeling language
RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) is a simple and succinct way of describing practically-RESTful APIs. It encourages reuse, enables discovery and pattern-sharing, and aims for merit-based emergence of best practices. The goal is to help our current API ecosystem by solving immediate problems and then encourage ever-better API patterns. RAML is built on broadly-used standards such as YAML and JSON and is a non-proprietary, vendor-neutral open spec.
api  documentation 
8 weeks ago
Swift Education
Swift Education is a collection of resources to assist educators in bringing Swift into the classroom.
9 weeks ago
Deallocated Objects
Articles about Mac and iOS development by Jake Marsh
9 weeks ago
little bites of cocoa
tips and techniques for iOS and Mac development
cocoa 
9 weeks ago
typing.io
Typing Practice for Programmers
typing 
10 weeks ago
Selecting a ScalaTest testing style for your project
ScalaTest supports different styles of testing, each designed to address a particular set of needs. To help you find the best-fit styles for your project, this page will describe the intended use cases for each option.
scala  scalatest  unittesting 
10 weeks ago
rauchg/slackin
Public Slack organizations made easy
10 weeks ago
Stringer: Random Access Music
Stringer is a beautiful app that helps you rediscover your music collection. Start a String to shuffle your stuff. When you hear something you like, step to the side and add some more. It’s fast and easy.
11 weeks ago
If I Knew Then
Advice on careers, finance, and life from Harvard Business School's Class of 1963
11 weeks ago
Omniflow
Structure your thoughts
11 weeks ago
Docker Jumpstart
A quick introduction to Docker.
docker 
12 weeks ago
Hop - Invite Friends Quickly
Going out? Use Hop to quickly see if anyone wants to join
12 weeks ago
Streaks
The to-do list that helps you form good habits.
habits  apps  iphone  health 
12 weeks ago
Magnet – Window manager for Mac
Magnet keeps your workspace organized.
june 2015
Vibrato.fm
Guitars. Gear. Tone.
podcasts 
june 2015
Dashboards by Keen IO
Responsive dashboard templates for Bootstrap
dashboards 
may 2015
Print Friendly & PDF
Make any web page print friendly
may 2015
Morning Reader
The easiest way to keep up with tech news
may 2015
latr.fm
Build a "listen later" list of individual podcast episodes that can be subscribed to as a feed in your regular podcast client.
podcasting 
may 2015
Ringr
Ringr Is a better customer service experience. Never worry about making or receiving a customer service call again. Send us an email, we'll do the waiting and calling, and resolve the issue.
may 2015
Mosaic
The app for ideas
may 2015
Dropshop - Stick A Price On Any File
Make any file on Dropbox available as a chargeable download
may 2015
Throttle — Stop Giving Out Your Email Address
Instead of using your email address on the web, click the Throttle button to automatically fill the text box with a unique email address. This keeps your email identity safe, and allows you to shut off that sender's access to your inbox anytime. Read their mail in a single digest email or in a news reader.
may 2015
The Hacker Shelf
Community-curated collection of free books for the intellectually curious.
may 2015
Zoommy
Zoommy helps you find awesome free stock photos for your creative product or inspiration
stockphotos 
may 2015
Pexels
Best free stock photos in one place.
stockphotos  free 
may 2015
Pajamas
a collection of interviews with people who work at companies with mostly distributed teams
remoteworking 
may 2015
Weather Line iPhone App
Your weather forecast in a simple infographic
iphone  apps 
may 2015
Welcome to AnyFetch
Get the right information directly in your inbox.
may 2015
Paragraphs for Mac
Minimalist writing for Mac.
may 2015
Type Detail -- Wenting Zhang's 100 days project
Type detail is an ongoing project by Wenting Zhang, inspired by the great discontent's 100 day project and Stephen Coles's great book The Anatomy of Type. The rule and goal is to annotate a web typeface each day, pointing out the beautiful details of the type forms that often get overlooked.
fonts  typography 
may 2015
#The100DayProject
The Great Discontent's 100 Day Project is a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. The great surrender is the process; showing up day after day is the goal. For the 100-Day Project, it’s not about fetishizing finished products—it’s about the process.
may 2015
iOS Developers - A Slack community for iOS developers.
A Slack community for iOS developers with 1000+ members and counting.
may 2015
Cosmodrome
The best content in Games and Tech
may 2015
Revisions
The Mac OS X app that displays all your Dropbox edits, shows exactly what changes were made
may 2015
Hello Many
The best ui assets from around the web
may 2015
Slack List
A handpicked selection of top Slack groups
slack 
may 2015
CocoaLumberjack/CocoaLumberjack
A fast & simple, yet powerful & flexible logging framework for Mac and iOS
may 2015
Lapham’s Quarterly
LAPHAM’S QUARTERLY is a magazine of history & ideas. It embodies the belief that history is the root of all education, scientific and literary as well as political and economic.
magazines 
may 2015
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