Tag: community

Change: A Two Faced Devil

ircmaxell’s blog: Change: A Two Faced Devil. There’s a lot of interesting content in this article. It goes into a number of great specifics to illustrate the problem at hand and various ways projects work to avoid or deal with it. My personal experience is mostly with client work that doesn’t usually fall victim to […]

Posted: November 20, 2012

The Silent Majority of Experts

The Silent Majority of Experts. There is so much truth here. I often get deceived into thinking that the most exciting stuff happening in our industry is being carefully logged and discussed in the form of the wide blog-powered network we all read every day. Then I remember that’s not the case at all. There […]

Posted: July 19, 2012

RequireJS 2.0 draft

RequireJS 2.0 draft · jrburke/requirejs Wiki. I started integrating RequireJS into projects of mine a few months ago and I really think it’s something special. I love the idea of managing payloads to the extent that RequireJS offers, in particular concerning the mobile space. To know that RequireJS is putting this much effort into 2.0 […]

Posted: May 04, 2012

Forgotten TODOs: ideas for contributing to open-source projects

Forgotten TODOs: ideas for contributing to open-source projects. What a fantastic, simple, straightforward piece of advice to offer. I’m not sure if you’re making use of TODO’s in your programming but I surely am. I often see them scattered around open source projects and for one reason or another it escapes me as an outright […]

Posted: March 03, 2012

Do Things, Tell People.

Do Things, Tell People.. I really like this piece. We’ll always be distracted by big dollar signs, productivity, optimization, and all the other things we think will make us more “successful”. Sometimes though, we need to just build whatever the heck we want, get involved in community and talk about it. That’s where a lot […]

Posted: February 23, 2012

This (Article) is not About Development or Design, it’s About Us

I realize the core purpose of this site is to discuss Web development and design, but over the past couple of weeks it’s become so apparent to me that the actual work we do every day is just a segment of the big picture.

Posted: January 23, 2012

Our Yearly Reminder of What it’s All About

CSS Naked Day 2009 is set for April 9th. Find out more about the event and participate!

Posted: April 06, 2009