We all need a team. On the right team we can go higher and be better than we ever thought we could.
I’ve been on a web scraping tear lately. So, I thought I’d compile what I’ve learned and put together a repo as a howto/cookbook/guide thing.
My post for the Shift for January. I tackle the question within the question: how do we (internet workers) have more meaningful conversations in order to make the web better?
This week I wrote a bash function that curls the SendGrid API and sends a Boxcar notification.
Whew, time to share something with the world I haven’t really talked about online at all, my first and only (so far) iOS app.
I’ve been playing around with SQLite recently and I’ve stumbled across a few things I want to remember, so I’m putting them here.
I wrote a love letter to Webpack over on the Foundry.
Not all projects need Grunt or Gulp, npm is a great build tool by itself. I recently replaced a Grunt task (with multiple plugins) with a npm script task.
I’ve been working on getting my Raspberry Pi to be a dedicated screen-scraping machine with CasperJS and Node.
This post is intended to be a log for myself and hopefully a helpful resource for others.
Is the answer developing a subset of HTML/JS/CSS?