- BBQScreen is an app to mirror android phone displays on a computer at 25fps (root only)
- Seth points out some angularjs bindings for firebase.
- A database of linux games on steam
- David claims that Planet Side 2 is an awesome free game
- Gistbox is 'the personal code library you've always wanted'. It looks really cool, but I couldn't get past it wanting to log in to github (just asked repeatedly). Still, putting it here because it looks so neat :)
- Here's a way to visualize your js dependency tree
- lazy_google_analytics is here to make your interaction with the google analytics api slightly easier.
- A Thorough Introduction to Backbone.Marionette
- signed_form avoids users passing in disallowed fields by really basic form parameter signing in the rendered html. Lots nicer and more sensible than rails 3's
attr_accessibleon models (what sense did that make?). Seems like just a really easy thing (though it does put the onus on the view designer for security, and seems easier to accidentally overlook on occasion)
- More Gtk+ in the cloud. I've been following Alexander Larsson's work on the Broadway backend for GTK for years and it's getting seriously, seriously impressive.
- Ruby Matrix, the Forgotten Library for you linear algebra geeks out there...you kids and your solvers, psh.
- E (programming language)) just a programming language for secure distributed computing. It's based on capabilities, which are a Big Deal if you want to build such a thing. I know @bascule is certainly pretty interested in capabilities.
- Holy crap a 1GHz ARM with Mali 400 GPU, 1GB RAM, HDMI Output, Ethernet, and GPIO, designed to take advantage of existing arduino shields, for $59. THE WORLD IS GETTING AWESOME FASTER THAN YOU THINK.
Here's a video Seth shared re: impressive ruby productivity with tmux and vim
Josh Adams is a developer and architect with over eleven years of professional experience building production-quality software and managing projects. Josh is isotope|eleven's lead architect, and is responsible for overseeing architectural decisions and translating customer requirements into working software. Josh graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Mathematics and Philosophy. He runs the ElixirSips screencast series, teaching hundreds of developers Elixir. He also occasionally provides Technical Review for Apress Publishing, specifically regarding Arduino microprocessors. When he's not working, Josh enjoys spending time with his family.