Know your Sport!
After our last blog, Am I missing out , I have received feedback from several people who have been around Trisutto for a long time asking….,why the change? I
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2 days ago
Nadieh Bremer: Visual Cinnamon - Creative Data Visualization & Data Art
I create static and interactive data visualizations & data art from start to finishfrom design to data analysis to visualization.
data  visualization  btconf 
3 days ago
Olympic Feathers
Awesome data visualization from Nadieh Bremer.
data  visualization  olympics 
3 days ago
Harry Roberts: Why Fast Matters
With more and more emerging markets coming online, and more and more apps moving to the web platform, we’re reaching an intersection where connections are getting slower and websites are getting heavier. In this talk, we’ll learn just w
btconf  performance  web 
3 days ago
Accessibility Wins: Google Chrome’s Color Contrast Debugger
Chrome Canary’s developer tools have an experiment where you can debug color contrast right in the style inspector.
web  development  a11y 
3 days ago
Request Map Generator
Submit a URL to generate a node map of all of the requests on the page. Rapidly identify what third-parties are on your site, where your transmitted bytes are coming from and how slow your domains are!
web  development 
4 days ago
No Third-Party: Revoke Third Party Acccess to your Accounts
Forgot what permissions you've given a website/application years ago? You're not the only one! We've put together a list of some of the most popular sites so you can review what permissions you've given third parties in the past.
security 
17 days ago
Badssl.com
Memorable site for testing clients against bad SSL configs.
ssl  tls  security  development 
17 days ago
The Search for the Best Agile Framework: SAFe, LeSS or Another?
There must be some joke about how long it takes an agilest to change a lightbulb — and how it all depends on which framework they use.
agile  framework  from instapaper
28 days ago
LiMux ade: München investiert 90 Millionen für neue IT
Das Open-Source-Projekt LiMux in München ist endgültig gescheitert, die Stadt kehrt zur Software von Microsoft zurück.
munich  linux  from instapaper
28 days ago
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