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The Guardian is getting 60 percent of its Google mobile traffic from AMP - Digiday
Interesting to see some real positive data around AMP. I'm still not sold, but those are numbers that are hard to argue with. The stories around accidentally creating invalid articles and the fallout from that are also interesting. This all in contrast to Guardian dropping Apple News and Instant Articles.
AMP  statistics  webdev  bdt  guardian  instant-articles 
4 weeks ago
Replacing Disqus with Github Comments · Gazoo.vrv
I love this, I have no idea whether github would be ok with this if everyone did it, but it's a nice solution to the comments problem
bdt  comments  github  disqus 
4 weeks ago
n-gate.com. we can't both be right.
Cynical digests of the last week's hacker news links and discourse. Wonderful.
hackernews  bdt  links 
5 weeks ago
I think the secret to doing things is just doing things | MetaFilter
Everything about this guy is amazing, this is quite the reading list
metafilter  biography  inspiration 
8 weeks ago
KYLI – because it is superior to JSON – Terence Eden's Blog
Terence wasn't happy with JSON, so he created "KYLI". I'll be honest, I mostly bookmarked this for the wordplay.
json  dataformat  bdt 
9 weeks ago
Learning Fluency – Medium
"The disregard of rote memorization is a failure of imagination." Great read, and a perspective I've not considered. Why do I embrace the idea of spaced repetition for something like German in Duolingo, but why does it seem out of leftfield when applied to something like programming?
bdt  programming  learningtolearn 
11 weeks ago
GistBox
Nice little interface to manage gists
snippets  code 
february 2017
Functional Composition - Chris Ford - YouTube
I found this little gem buried in OneTab. A few years ago I attempted GEB, this makes me want to pick it up again. Also, write more Clojure. I definitely want to write more Clojure.
clojure  music  programming  overtone  bdt 
december 2016
noffle/art-of-readme: Learn the art of writing quality READMEs.
"The ideal README is as short as it can be without being any shorter. Detailed documentation is good -- make separate pages for it! -- but keep your README succinct." Node-centric, but the wisdom can be applied to pretty much any language / ecosystem.
programming  documentation  bdt 
october 2016
PX, EM or REM Media Queries? | Zell Liew
It's 2016. All this has happened before, and all of it will happen again.
bdt  responsivedesign  webdev 
october 2016
How I Could Steal Money from Instagram, Google and Microsoft – Arne Swinnen's Security Blog
Using premium rate phone numbers to exploit automated 2fa services for money. Absolutely fascinating.
bdt 
july 2016
The Conjoined Triangles of Senior-Level Development
Assessing what qualifies as "Senior" wrt/devs is a ridiculously difficult job. This article is a great summary of how one consultancy is attacking the problem.
development  management  senior  bdt 
july 2016
Stay focused. Accomplish more – Pomello
I've been using this to track sideproject (jankteki) stuff. It's good.
pomodoro  trello  productivity 
may 2016
Mobile Last?
"When building a site from scratch, the additional effort required to support a wide range of devices is extremely low. After all, HTML is responsive by default."
mobile  webdev 
november 2014
Out of Many, One: The Science of Composite Photography
The resulting blurry images allude to idealized shared experiences, but also expose usually unexamined visual conventions. (As Efros noted, looking at Salavon’s newlyweds, “The bride is usually to the right of the groom. I didn’t know that. Maybe he didn’t know that.”)
august 2014
The Running Novelist - The New Yorker
Wonderful piece on running by Haruki Murakami
running 
july 2014
Page Object Pattern - Joseph Wilk
We use this extensively at work at a component level (instead of page's for objects, we use components), it keeps things surprisingly clean
bdd  cucumber  testing 
may 2013
Testing PHP scripts | Web Builder Zone
Really nice technique to help refactor those nasty old index.php-style scripts.
php  programming  refactoring  legacy  testing  bestpractice 
may 2012
Rob Ricketts — Graphic Design & Typography
808 patterns for notable songs, beautifully visualised in poster form
design  music  visualization 
march 2012
Off Canvas
Really gorgeous pattern for responsive design.
css  javascript  mobile  responsivedesign  webdev 
march 2012
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