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Bite-sized separation of concerns: . How we chop up concerns even without external modules.
Happy birthday, ! 5 years and going strong! :) 🎂
Ik had een probleem met HomeBank van : stuur twee tweets, wordt binnen een dag teruggebeld en het is opgelost. Prettig.
I posit that the DevOps movement is obscuring the message. We should be stressing CI, CM, CD and infrastructure-as-code independently.
Zo, beetje later thuis maar wel zonderrr file. Ik zie wel wat in dat 10:30 - 19:00 rooster. Lekker rustig ook dat laatste uurtje.
You don't need to fear "The Fold," people are willing to scroll online:
<) )╯ UNIT
( (> TEST
<) )> PASSED
The I in CIO is:
Rails 4.0.1 has been released!
Are you a Linux Engineer? Come work for us in
You can't really judge something until you have the itch it was made to scratch. Reviewing before that moment is superficial and conceptual.
as a point of comparison: the battery in my Nissan LEAF could run Shopify for an hour. (Nice.)
Google Apps mail seems to take very long to appear in Mavericks Mail app. I see the message on my iPhone and even get a notifications...
The best way to prevent people from getting started with Rails is to scare them into thinking they shouldn’t use the pre-installed Ruby.
I wrote a short guide to always using a custom Ruby 2.0.0 on OS X 10.9 even if not necessarily needed: don’t.
If an update makes your cracked version stop working, either buy the game (or find a new cracked version, I guess), but don't complain to us
This is why you shouldn't interrupt a programmer:
METRICS NOT MAKE LUCK. METRICS HOW YOU KNOW LUCK HAPPENED.
When writing codes during a flight I always set my editor to plane text mode.
New blogpost; The future of our economy; e-lancers rather than big companies
I don’t even mind (we have a well behaved SaaS, which only very rarely throws a hissy fit). :)
Saturday 4:30 AM, using bathroom shelf as standing desk to deploy emergency server fix that users will never know about.
FYI is named because it's meant to be Rails's job processing sidekick.
John Sculley: “Steve Jobs learned a lot at NeXT and Pixar. When he came back to Apple, he was a seasoned executive” VIDEO
Funny how the creator of , , has spent most of his life programming C.
Choosing an OSS license (which reminds me, I should really update my repo's) via
Yeah—GPGTools has been updated for Mavericks.
The cross-platform one isn't fast or safe, the safe one isn't fast, and the fast ones aren't cross-platform.
I guess what I'm saying is this: everything that works isn't maintained, and everything that's maintained doesn't work.
Anyway, I just noticed this today because a few years back I said 'fuck it' and just used Heroku for everything.
Just put six of 's fantastic illustrations for REMOTE: Office Not Required online as well as review quotes,
Need a simple iPhone app to handle contact management that is more convenient than current apps. Hacked one together last night. Test day.
Congrats to everybody who made efforts to finish their projects. Next year I’ll try to get more involved
Gem updates! We updated paperclip to 3.5.2 and cocaine to 0.5.3 to fix a security bug. paperclip 2.7, cocaine < 0.4 unaffected. Update ASAP!
iPad Mini Retina and A7 chip? Take my money. Take it now.
Love the video on remote work:
GitHub's 214 employees are ~60% remote. It's the most important thing.
Pretty great video from my friends about what working remotely is like
Zo voelt het dus als anderen een ongefundeerde mening vormen over jouw cultuur.
Caissière: “Wilt u een nieuwe Bonuskaart?”
Ik: “Wat is er anders aan?”
Caissière: “De nieuwe beschermt uw privacy beter”
As outsourcers fail to keep new site up, Obama asks nation: "Does anyone know a good technical co-founder?"
Het is deze week Dutch Design Week.
Ik wilde hier woordgrappen over maken maar design vast al gemaakt.
Follow link. See header image. See author's face. See white expanse. 15s later, web font downloads; see text.
It's a beautiful feeling to have exactly the right abstractions you need to make sweeping changes in a design without collateral damage.
My son, after programming today: "I think gotos are fine. I don't care if it is spaghetti" Will revisit when he writes a 1000 line program.
I have installed . It's perfect and free !
Remember when OSS projects were run by groups of people, rather than a few personalities?
I'm giving an introductory lecture at the Diamond Way Buddhist center in Helsinki tomorrow night at 7pm:
It’s like the US Government ran on EC2 or something.
Twitter Founder says secret to startups is making long-held desires faster and easier to attain:
if you're launching a product… protip: don't send emails like this
How to make $100k in OSS by working hard:
Major release 1.3.0 (), security releases 1.2.9 () and 1.1.8 ()
US shuts down,
GTA Online is released,
We're organizing a free git & GitLab workshop this Friday, you're invited
XP: risk mgmt for those who seek to eliminate risk. Scrum, etc: risk mgmt for those who seek to quantify it.
Isn't there an easy button? Like "install this thing on your server, upload an ssh key, and now the machine is just like Heroku!"
If you insist on keeping logic out of templates, then you'll just end up having templates in your logic.
Als je op je Apple TV de DNS handmatig instelt op 188.8.131.52 heb je toegang tot de US netflix.
Ruby is a small DSL written in Rails for creating programs known as non-webapps.
Digitaal lezen leidt tot lagere kennisopname, duurt langer (gemidd 30%) en slechts 5% van de teksten wordt uitgelezen.
Shipping : making deployment simple and accessible to the whole team
Using Mavericks, I can work while watching a fullscreen video on my secondary screen. I'm in the future.
Have you thought about using GIFs inside Basecamp? A look at how shares his work inside a project.
"You build something you love and need, and make a bet with the world that everyone wants to use it".
What’s the easiest way to run Postgres locally again?
Accordions, carousels, light boxes—all of these are usually a really bad idea. What’s wrong with scrolling or linking to a large image?
Nice and fun talk from luckily I LOVE refactoring :D
Come find myself or if you want to learn about ’s Environment variables and logging
Relaxing on the terrace of our appartment after an inspiring day at - phenomenal event! Speakers did a tremendous job
Arrived at Barcelona for Tomorrow will start early with (Mr Ruby himself) keynote. Can't wait!
It feels like I'm in a foreign country!
To be different, I'll just make my next icon solid white with nothing on it.
En als je ondertiteling Netflix wil aanzetten op AppleTV moet je tijdens het spelen de selectknop (middelste) ingedrukt houden.
ben eigenlijk veel benieuwder naar de aankondiging morgen dan de zoveelste Apple event. krijgt gewoon een 5C klaar
Resist the temptation to assign people to multiple projects. It's the "curse of allocation."
'Unix is user-friendly; it's just picky about who its friends are.'
Don’t tell anyone, but I snuck in an hour of work when I was awake at 3am
Gonna eat me a bigass salad
guess we'll meet them here: ;-)
A good design process proceeds via transformations. You start with something small and adequate, give it shape, add to it, make it do more.
organization: Rick Owens interview by Sofia Tchkonia"You have to shut up and work, and work, and work all the…
Got thinking what Breaking Bad would look like in any other industrialized nation on Earth:
vandaag weer een start gemaakt met Star Trek The Next Generation, ditmaal met zoons erbij, leuk!
In the design business, any feedback containing the word "only" typically causes a workload of an entire workday.
How to innovate in the enterprise:
1. Find technology that's out of reach for most businesses
2. Simplify it for the masses
Mede dankzij ons amendement!
Achievement unlocked: appear in Google Street View
Building a mocking library (in Ruby, in ~40 min): - awesome talk and demo of Ruby metaprogramming.
The Web as hypertext is more interesting and important than just a series of "I did not realise you could do that in a browser" experiences
Wanted: an MMO where you have to actually code your spells and better algorithms = more power. Bugs are lethal.
A great idea and a job-to-be-done: help me do all the technical things I feel like I *should* do but haven't done
Guys with gasmasks told us to leave the building. Time for beer!
For crying out loud, people, stop toying around with accelerators and hackfests and this and that and BUILD SOLID BUSINESSES.
"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand" - Martin Fowler
Getting any reasonably complex program I wrote in c to work makes me feel like a total programming badass.
The joys and benefits of working as a distributed team Talent is what counts
Q and A with Guido van Rossum, author of Python. Short and very interesting!
Not making sure your web app works cross-browser early on will result in a huge unknown chunk of work you won’t be able to ignore later on.
The best product may not always win, but the worst one never does.
Our payment to invoice automation is pretty awesome!
“I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer
because it teaches you how to think.” — Steve Jobs
Humans were engineered by cats as a protocol to communicate over the Internet.
OH: "I can't stage because I broke staging, but in order to fix staging, I need to stage."
More launches, fewer announcements.
leuk, heeft weer een developers wedstrijd:
There are no more easy problems to solve. Now we really get our hands dirty. I love this part of making a product, now it gets FUN
IT ALWAYS EASY TO MAKE MORE. WIN BY MAKE LESS.
Any planning beyond a few weeks should be viewed with skepticism. It presumes that we will learn nothing between now and then.
Test-Kitchen cookbook: This is hacky, but it works for me using Vagrant and VirtualBox
OH “There’s a test, merge it!”
For ex, a landing page with 0% signups might mean the value prop is horrible. Or maybe the submit button is not wired up. FInd out which!
One experiment is never conclusive. Maybe the hypothesis was wrong, but maybe the experiment was badly designed. Iterate and try again.
Steve Jobs: “Fuck the French and German documentation” —
Interrupting a programmer when they’re in the zone should be an imprisonable offence
Put your mind to work and you'll achieve anything.
It’s been said many times before, but… writing. Writing is interface design. Interface design is writing.
I could set the z-index to 2 but …. 99999
"This app loads slow and is sluggish, but I love the abstractions and the beautiful layer code!"—No user, ever
RT : “A brand is just a lagging indicator of a company’s culture” speaking at
Effects of a well-written long-form sales page
played a 30 minute set with the other night.
"You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great" — Zig Ziglar
WHY BE SMART MATTER?
BECAUSE DEFAULT FOR EVERYONE ELSE IS BE NOT.
"A design has to start with some initial conditions, and then adapt to the boundary conditions."
De eerste VrijMiBo in het nieuwe MoneyBird HQ is een feit. Volgende week verhuizen!
Hoooooooray DDoS. So close to having this problem solved but not quite there.
Go to (new) Google Maps on iphone/ipad.
Zoom in to a city.
Type ‘ok maps’.
You now have his map offline.
Really blown away by 's development mantras:
“: wat mij betreft is NRC Reader de standaard qua krantenapps. Gewoon heel vet gedaan.”
"Keep things decoupled until you're certain they're sticking around." Good prototyping advice by
“I like chickens. So, knife cookbok upload.”
If you're into patterns, OO design, and building systems up from primitives, you'll love Elemental Design Patterns
RT dit als je Consultant of Life Coach bent.
Please, please, don't offer services you're not qualified to offer ...
Follow the progress on Social Lock; a development I'm participating in:
All these crazy theme forest authors putting SEO, Contact Forms, etc in themes, when did Themes become something other than themes?
Een nieuw journalistiek initiatief in Nederland: Tone. De app laat op zich wachten, maar eerste 11 artikelen online:
Leuke op kantoor (spijkenisse)
Oh how I love the way you make my life so much simpler
1063 people contributed to Rails 4: Thank you everyone! <3 <3 <3
Sustainable Open Source, by
How is it that car manufacturers have the worst websites when the sale of one BMW could cover the whole development cost?
"If it was easy, everybody would do it." -Guy who makes things unnecessarily difficult
Native view animation test with flump & rubymotion (now with less neck bending)
If Apple loses this e-book price-fixing trial, their sentence should be 1 month of typing passwords using the Apple TV remote.
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.”―Bernard M. Baruch
This is the reason I have a problem with non-devs using the iOS 7 beta.
Today on TechCrunch: Teambox launches integrated Video Conferencing feature.
Can someone point me to the “congratulations on your new incubator” section of the Hallmark Store?
It's my day on support today . I love getting into the trenches and helping our customers out directly.
Building a company isn't about moving through phases, but about adding layers. You're always creating, growing, fixing. Or you lose.
iOS 7 might start a new gold rush. Apple has set fire to the elite, everyone needs a redesign. All to square 1.
Rails 4.0.0.rc2 has been released: . Target date for final set to June 25th, 2013.
Charming blog post by on scratching your own itch and the good feeling of sharing the solution with others
It hurts to be criticized in public, it hurts to be wrong, it hurts to change your mind—as a designer this is the price you pay for growing.
OS X Mavericks has 2.0.0-p195 installed as default system version of ruby.
“Design isn’t just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” — Steve Jobs
“Let’s kvetch about how it looks.” — Designers
“A thousand no’s for every yes.”
Were on for June! Presenting: SVG for responsive web () and iOS apps with ()
"You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you're too busy. Then you should sit for an hour."
So, anyone have any plans to release an iPhone email client for “triaging” your inbox? Because there are none of those.
Great design is reducing a product to its essence. This is the basis skeuomorphism's flaws, yet it has nothing to do with looking "flat."
You never know where something will lead…
Hello Mr Fox. Belly Button Awesomeness.
NOT EVERYONE SHOULD STARTUP.
STARTUP IS BEST WAY TO FIND OUT WHICH ONES.
The best founders are futurists: … (Cc )
ALWAYS BUILD FOR WHAT PEOPLE ACTUALLY DO. NEVER FOR WHAT THEM SHOULD DO.
“Working hard” means nothing—the trick is to figure out what’s worth working on and what isn’t.
"Your team should work like an open source project" by still one of my favorite talks and post from 2012
v1.1 of knife-essentials+chef-zero out! Run "knife serve" in your repo to serve it. Run chef-client, edit cookbooks in place!
Be wary of teachers, “experts”—and even book authors—who have never done the work you aspire to do. Knowledge is cheap, wisdom isn’t.
Mailbox: now available for iPad :)
The trick is to build a core competency narrow enough to be unique, yet broad enough to be compelling, and then constantly evolve it.
In workshops when everyone starts talking about how a thing COULD work—designers should shut up and start drawing how the thing SHOULD work.
1. Build what you think comes next.
2a. If you're wrong, repeat step 1.
2b. If you're right, repeat step 1.
*googlet naar Zweeds immigratieministerie*
Ierland ziet er uit zoals je in Oldenzaal naar een homobar gaat
We rebrand, and release new themes via WPDaily.co -
We are hiring in Amsterdam! More info can be found here:
Thanks for the great interview :)
Go behind the scenes w/' , who shares life experience & personal wisdom in our latest interview:
As a developer I have this feeling I am required to implement at least one TODO App in my career.
Myself and just released our 3rd theme and 2nd Crowdfunding theme over on
good quote 'programming is only useful when it’s practiced. If you find a fun project ... you’re more likely to stick with it.'
Working a little bit on the right things > working hard in the wrong things.
I'm going to Baruco 2013!
Sidekiq Pro 1.0 is released, read how you can win a free license!
For the first time Facebook asked me to pay €0.94 for a message (not a friend).
“It’s free and always will be.”
Stop doing upfront design, it's a waste of time