Randomizer 3: Only One Iconic

Work Iconic - Kickstarter Version - If you need responsive, well-designed icons for your web and mobile applications this should be your first purchase. Bedrock - A WordPress development stack for developers that are confortable with Git and Ruby. zshthem.es - A visual ZSH theme directory. Glances - A…

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Developer Tip 1: Do You Know What You Are Doing?

"It is discouraging how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit." - Noel Coward I'm amazed at the number of client and developer problems caused by someone lying to the question, "Do you know what you are doing?" If people ask if you are knowledgable on…

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Level 0: To Inveigh, or Not to Inveigh, That is the Question

If I expect readers to hit the subscribe button, the least I can do is inform you of my blogging rules of engagement and henceforth honor them. So here are my current goals for this little blog I call 99Levels: Writing Process K.I.S.S. (Keep it simple, stupid…

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Randomizer 2: Tux Teaches Tmux

Work... tmux: Productive Mouse-Free Development - Vim and tmux go together like peanutbutter and jelly. If Practical Vim provides the yin, this book provides the yang. Google Cloud Compute - Now open to the public. Prices for instances, storage, and databases are comparabile to Amazon Web Services. Whether Google's customer…

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Randomizer 1: Mara Was Not Impressed

Enjoy a few links of interest via the randomizer. Work... http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/reserved-instances/ - How much money can a company save with reserved instances on the Amazon Web Services plaform? Easily enough to make the ROI math worth the effort. https://github.com/TryGhost/Ghost - Ghost…

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