As I begin preparing my #CodeMash talk in earnest, I’m equally grateful that (a) they accepted one of my submissions and (b) they only accepted one of my submissions.
“…working together as a single mob, we saw some incredible improvements in the way our team worked together, the speed of our delivery, and the quality of the systems that we built” hidigital.solutions/blog/our-path-to-mobbing
I believe Azure DevOps has achieved Peak Dialog Box here.
My earbuds are in the shop, because the future is weird.
The relaunched tilde.club mailing list is… can a massive group mail thread be “charming”?
I am “I once blogged about philanthropic ways to wrangle a Gmail invitation” years old.
A thought I’ve been running with lately: give the users better tools than you give yourself. Make the end-user UI so nice that you’d rather use it yourself than your site’s admin interface. An admin is just someone who can use those tools on anyone’s content.
I’ve used the Pretenders “Fake servers for testing” on a number of work and personal projects, with generally good results. But I’ve wished that it was easier to write tests against different HTML form post contents.
I am unreasonably excited that we may spend the next week retooling our build system. There’s something wrong with me.
“For the better part of two decades, I’ve been running [a web site]…” is such a bizarre thing to write. But I wrote it, along with a simple Flexbox-y way to build a responsive calendar.https://roub.net/blahg/2019/02/09/responsive-calendar-layout-with-flex-box/
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