For some reason, even though I’ve set default properties in my .subversion/config, it doesn’t always apply to new files, so I end up doing this once in a while: svn propset svn:keywords ‘Id Rev URL HeadUrl’ \ `find apps/ config/…
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- Learn by Doing - Code School 2014/10/21
Very impressive materials—maybe especially friendly for beginners.
- andreaferretti/paths-js 2014/09/24
- that thing in swift 2014/08/15
- Nomad - World-Class Command Line Utilities For iOS Development 2014/08/15
Another toolkit toward "release with one command"
- The Master Ice Cream Recipe - NYTimes.com 2014/07/02
- Instinct - Learn Guitar, Love Guitar 2014/07/02
- shine.js 2014/05/14
Ironically, shadow makes shine.
- Single Element CSS Spinners 2014/05/14
This monkey testing idea is exciting. CLICK ALL THE THINGS.
- How to Work with Designers — The Year of the Looking Glass — Medium 2014/02/20
"Conversely, if a senior designer is given a junior-level task (like ‘design a form’) but feels that a form is entirely the wrong way to go about solving the problem, then they’ll probably be deeply unhappy with what they’re doing, and possibly not do that great a job either."