The day I understood Git

There are tons of good reasons to use version control systems. Number one is obviously being able to keep total control over the changes made to your code. Whether you work on your own, or collaborate on a project, making changes and committing them through a version control system ensures you and your team are […]

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Task management within Sublime Text 2 with PlainTasks

Today, I’d like to talk about a package which I reckon will help a lot of folks keen to keep a hand on their project task management, without having to deal with getting-things-done apps way too complex for their own good.

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Mobile Internet Testing Environment aka MITE

Responsive web design and mobile testing, whether live on the devices available at hand, or via the use of emulators, have definitely become an important part of designers’ lives and workflows.

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Geek Alert: Sky Wifi SmartPen

Geeky Boys and Girls, this blogpost is for you. I don’t usually talk about gadgets, but this morning, I saw one of my mates use the Sky Wifi SmartPen during one of our entrepreneurs’ get-together meetings, and thought this was one of the most geeky shit I had seen, and hence decided it deserved enough […]

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CAPS LOCK weekly #6

This week, we are going to talk responsive design with — what’s already an ancient pitch from — Ethan Marcotte, adaptive maps with Mr Frost, prototyping iPhone apps with Ratchet, and a screencast library provided by Peepcode.

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