Next month I will be speaking at WordCamp DFW (Dallas/Ft. Worth) on the benefits of using a workflows and continuous integration within your projects (from big to small). Come look for me at the event or send me a direct message on Twitter if you have any questions or recommendations!
Personally, I am very excited about Flickr’s upcoming changes of services. Finally getting back to it roots as a social platform for photographers.
When working remotely, I constantly find myself on video conference calls. Often times these calls require some sort of screen sharing and, at that moment, you see a massive amount menu bar icons distractingly displayed.
This year I spoke at WordCamp Tokyo and the entire event was a blast. Still waiting to publish my slides when the speaker videos are released, but in the meantime checkout this amazing “Aftermovie” from the WordCamp Tokyo team. ❤️❤️❤️
Mojave is out and dark mode is simply wonderful. However, switching from light to dark mode (and vice versa) takes too many clicks. If you use Alfred, use this WorkFlow to easily switch the macOS appearance back and forth, with only a simple command: switch. Please note that this Workflow also has the capability to […]
Browsers like Safari and now Firefox set defaults to alleviate trackers as much as possible. While this is great for everyday users who know little about preventing online tracking, there is still a gap for truly remaining as private as possible online.
A couple of days ago Google announced a new ranking metric for mobile queries they are calling the “Speed Update”, making AMP look more and more promising. 😀
Making jam is easy; all it takes is sugar, fruit, heat and time.
While the Manila may be known for extremely terrible traffic, often resulting in what should be a short trip taking hours, it is well worth it with the spectacular tropical journey to follow.
A simple way to avoid unknown errors in Sass maps is to always use quotes on the map keys.