I would love to be able to compose articles, save them in Git (on Github) and then push them to WordPress to publish them.
Hipster, freshly minted from college, still bankrolled by mom and dad, has an original idea and decides to build a startup. Three months in has revelation that productivity is stalling because issue tracking software doesn’t fit personal preferences and decides to write one.
If your senior high school computer science … Read the rest
If there is one lesson to learn from this article it is that old code isn’t bad. Its been tested, lots of bugs have been found and fixed, and it is a lot harder to read code than it is to write it.
If you take a look at the … Read the rest
Dalton Caldwell is a successful entrepreneur who recently pivoted his startup to create App.net a real-time social feed without ads. Its basically a for profit driven social service platform where the customers are the developers, not the advertisers. This is in stark contrast to the Facebook model.
He is currently … Read the rest
I recently converted one of my Apple RAID drives into an encrypted CoreStorage logical disk on 10.8. This is a great way to leverage Time Machine with encrypted backups. Here are the steps I used. Note, this process will destroy data on the disk, so please backup your files first.… Read the rest
Recent issues from around the world paint a horribly greedy picture for distribution companies that took risks and where rewarded heavily while leaving nothing for the artists.
Over in Sweden where the Pirate Bay trial just ended, the $675,000 ordered by the courts to be paid to the music … Read the rest
Steve Jobs must be rolling over in his grave. The newly released Apple Genius commercials that aired during the opening of the Olympics are offensive. They all show how a likable and quite funny Apple Genius helps ordinary folks with their computer issues.
My problem with this series advertisement is … Read the rest
WPEngine is a super fast WordPress hosting company based in Austin, TX that fills the hosting gap between WordPress’s super expensive privately hosted VIP service and their mainstream free WordPress.com site. (VIP service is $3750 a month!)
I’ve hosted with them before at the $99 a month price which is … Read the rest
I signed up for a new PaaS called AppFog which uses resources from multiple providers including HP Cloud, Rackspace, AWS and more. The platform manages and shifts resources around for you so that you focus on deploying your app and let them focus on deploying the runtime environment.
Since its … Read the rest