Josh Davis
How I used Edsger W. Dijkstra's handwriting as a model to improve mine.
calligraphy  handwriting  improve  todo 
19 days ago
is the CRM system you'll actually enjoy using. Making it easier, efficient and more fun to go from outreach to closed deal.
crm  saas  business  totry  tool 
19 days ago
Your Essential Guide to Dancing in New York City
This is your definitive guide to the best dance halls, music venues, and dive bar discos. Here's where you should pop, lock, and drop rig...
nyc  travel  ideas 
7 weeks ago
Apollo 11 in Real-time
A real-time interactive journey through the Apollo 11 mission. Relive every moment as it occurred in 1969.
cool  space  towatch 
june 2019
How I built an effective blog comment spam blocker
Mention comment spam and most people, in particular those crazy WordPress users, mention Akismet. Great tool and I have nothing against it but I wanted to build my own, avoiding the external call to t...
spam  comments  toread  dev 
june 2019
Embed comments in your website to foster discussion and increase engagement.
blog  comments  disqus  spam  totry 
june 2019
Design Patterns
It has long been common practice in software design to use libraries of recurring solutions to solve common problems in software design. Such solutions are also called design patterns.
design  ui  ux  web 
june 2019
Infrastructure as Code, Part Three: Configuration With Salt
In part three of this Infrastructure as Code (IaC) series, I will introduce you to Salt and show you can use it to decompose your infrastructure setup...
automation  devops  terraform  toread  dev  iac 
june 2019
Infrastructure as Code, Part Two: A Closer Look at Terraform
In part two of this IaC miniseries, I will tell you more about Terraform and provide examples from our own setup at Crate.io.
automation  devops  terraform  toread  dev  iac 
june 2019
Paul Graham provides stunning answer to spam e-mails
Probability theory shows impressive results
web  dev  spam  toread 
june 2019
At least one Vim trick you might not know
I’ve been using Vim for eight years and am still discovering new things. This is usually seen as a Good Thing About Vim. In my head, though, it’s a failing of discoverability: I keep discovering new things because Vim makes it so hard to know what’s available. While people often talk about the beauty of modal editing or text objects, I don’t think that gets at the essence of Vim.
editor  vim  tips  dev  toread 
june 2019
A Complete React Redux Tutorial for Beginners (2019)
Perfect for beginners. Learn to use Redux with React, starting with plain React. Reducers, actions, thunks, fetching data - understand the jargon and how it all fits together.
react  redux  tutorial  web  dev  js  toread 
june 2019
Gitalytics | Git analytics built for developers, teams, and open source communities.
Git analytics built for software developers, teams, and open-source communities to empower stats for good.
totry  tool  git  dev  saas 
june 2019
Instant realtime GraphQL on Postgres | Hasura GraphQL Engine
Instant realtime GraphQL APIs on any Postgres application, existing or new
api  graphql  postgres  web  dev  db  totry 
june 2019
You are a Rocketship, This is how you blast off
How to move fast and soar with an organized and productive life, having a big emphasis on the present, using timelines and a habit driven system.
focus  productivity  gtd 
may 2019
Again and Again! Managing Recurring Events In a Data Model
Design Your Database Online - Create your database model, work on it together with your team, and generate SQL scripts instead of writing them manually.
work  dev  recurring 
may 2019
Calendar Recurring/Repeating Events - Best Storage Method
I am building a custom events system, and if you have a repeating event that looks like this: Event A repeats every 4 days starting on March 3, 2011 or Event B repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday
work  dev  db  recurring 
may 2019
Principled GraphQL
Best practices for implementing and scaling a data graph
api  graphql  dev  toread  tutorial  web 
february 2019
How OneGraph onboards users who are new to GraphQL
It's our first post of the year, and we’re opening with a new year's gift! We're open-sourcing our new GraphiQL explorer, which is the best way to explore any API today.
api  graphql  tips  toread  web  dev 
february 2019
Why I love Vim: It’s the lesser-known features that make it so amazing
Explore and learn some cool features of VIM like tabs, autocomplete, indentation, sessions, remote file access, code folding, macros, bookmarks, window panes, file explorer etc without any plugins!
vim  tutorial  dev  tips 
february 2019
Intro to Machine Learning
George Brocklehurst gives an overview of what Machine Learning is and what it can do, before live-coding a simple Machine Learning system.
towatch  machinelearning  dev  video 
february 2019
Font family
B612 is an highly legible open source font family designed and tested to be used on aircraft cockpit screens.
fonts  free  design  watch 
january 2019
DynamoDB, explained.
A Primer on the DynamoDB NoSQL database.
aws  dynamo  guide  db  nosql  web  dev 
january 2019
req8 - postman alternative
Knowledge Base of Rafael Bodill
web  api  dev  test  tool  totry  cli 
january 2019
From relational DB to single DynamoDB table: a step-by-step exploration
Of all the sessions I’ve seen from AWS re:Invent 2018, my favorite is certainly this bewildering drop-kick of NoSQL expertise from AWS Principal Technologist...
aws  nosql  db  dynamo  dev  web  data 
january 2019
‘For 30 years I’ve been obsessed by why children get leukaemia. Now we have an answer’
Newly knighted cancer scientist Mel Greaves explains why a cocktail of microbes could give protection against disease
news  health  kids  leukaemia 
december 2018
React For Beginners
Want to upgrade your JavaScript skills and learn React.js? Learn how to build websites and web apps in just a couple of afternoons.
js  dev  video  react  reactjs  redux  tutorial  toread  web  tobuy 
december 2018
Learn Redux
20 video tutorials to help you learn how to build JavaScript apps with React.js and Redux.
js  dev  video  react  reactjs  redux  tutorial  toread  web 
december 2018
Bullet Journal: One Book to Rule Them All
I recently began using a Bullet Journal. Longtime readers who recall my going paperless days might find this odd. My going paperless experiment was just that–an experiment to see how far I co…
bulletjournal  productivity  gtd  notebook  notetaking 
december 2018
You are being watched! Knowledge, encryption and privacy tools to protect you against global mass surveillance.
privacy  security  tools 
december 2018
Terminals Are Sexy
A curated list of sexy Terminal frameworks, extensions & resources for CLI lovers.
terminal  zsh  linux  shell  list 
december 2018
Get your headless Raspbian into your WLAN without using the console
raspberrypi  dev  totry  server  linux 
november 2018
Oxygen producing plants in the home are great factors of longevity.
Green oxygen producing plants are abundant in nature. Incorporating air cleaning plants into your every day environment is a great addition to your longevity lifestyle through adequate oxygenation.
home  health  tips  totry 
november 2018
Spectre.css is a lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework for faster and extensible development. Spectre provides basic styles for typography and elements, flexbox based responsive layout system, pure CSS components and utilities with best practice coding and consistent design language.
css  dev  design  framework  web 
november 2018
Fold N Fly ✈
A database of paper airplane folding designs and instructions
paper  plane  toys  fun  kids  activity 
october 2018
JavaScript fundamentals before learning React
All the fundamentals in JavaScript for React applications. Often React newcomers realize that most of the learnings are JavaScript, because React has only a small API ...
js  dev  reference  react  tutorial  toread 
september 2018
PatternFly | open interface project
PatternFly is an open source web user interface framework promoting consistency and usability across IT applications through UX patterns and widgets
css  html  ui  framework  react  pattern 
june 2018
Alpha Vantage offers free APIs in JSON and CSV formats for realtime and historical stock and forex data, digital/crypto currency data and over 50 technical indicators. Supports intraday, daily, weekly, and monthly quotes and technical analysis with chart-ready time series. 100% free with unlimited API calls.
stocks  pricing  api  web  dev  forex  quotes 
june 2018
Pssst... your Rails application has a secret to tell you
What would you say if I told you that you could get more precise, actionable, and useful information about how your Rails application is performing than any third party service or log parsing tool with just a few hours of work? For years, we’ve used third party tools like New Relic in all …
rails  ruby  dev  performance  web  metrics 
june 2018
A High Dynamic Range Histogram
metrics  performance  stats  dev  totry 
june 2018
HTTP load-balancing on gRPC services
In this post it is explained how to load-balance gRPC services through classic HTTP1.x health-checks. gRPC does not use HTTP status codes to signal problems, thus a multiplexing approach will be used…
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
Using Envoy to Load Balance gRPC Traffic
A behind the scenes look at our load balancing strategy using Envoy in order to support gRPC traffic.
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
Our experience designing and building gRPC services
This is the final post in a series on how we scaled Bugsnag’s new Releases dashboard backend pipeline using gRPC. Read our first blog on why we selected gR...
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
Why prefab.cloud switched to gRPC
We made a big bet on gRPC and it has paid off. Why did we do that? And is it the right solution for you?
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
gRPC + AWS: Some gotchas
Running gRPC in AWS (specifically on ECS) is totally doable. Here are the gotchas.
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
NLB means no SSL so you'll need EFS for ECS (yikes)
Getting gRPC to terminate SSL means a bunch of learning about new things. Here's a guide to getting SSL certs shared to containers in ECS by attaching an AWS EFS volume.
grpc  aws  dev  web  api 
june 2018
Made on an iPad Pro
How the 12.9-inch iPad Pro took me by surprise and replaced my laptop.
apple  review  ipad  productivity  work  dev  tools 
june 2018
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