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Some of our thoughts…

So today Seth and I rebuilt my vim configuration fromscratch. We spent a lot of time on readability and modularity, so I thought itmight make a good blog post. As always, this is in my dotfilesrepo.

Without further ado, here's the whole documented...

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We at Isotope11 have done a number of JavaScript-heavy projects, ranging fromBackbone, Ember, Angular, to Dojo. Each project employed its own set ofprocesses for running, building, and/or pre-processing, but has generallyrelied on Grunt (and...

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Since my script for quickly getting a fresh Ubuntu install ready for Ruby development has gained some popularity, I've decided to maintain it. I've released a minor version of the setup script (version 1.0.1) that checks for things like apt and ...

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Ever wanted to have a shopping cart (or some other sidebar-type element) snap to the top of the viewport and follow you as you scroll down the page,similar to the one on apple.com?

Well, it's luckily not that complicated with Angular and the raw...

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On a recent project, I had the need to integrate some AngularJS-based interactions within an existing Rails application. I wasn't able to treat it as two separate projects in this case, e.g., a Rails API app/project, that my AngularJS app/project...

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As developers, designers, and makers, we all come to rely on music during our daily activities to keep us focused. Beyond listening to music at work, I will have music going on my daily commute, when I'm jogging, or just in general when I'm around...

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