Tag: github

Let Developers Register for Your API with Their Github Profile

Let Developers Register for Your API with Their Github Profile. I think I first saw this implemented on CodePen and thought it was genius but didn’t give it a second thought at the time. After reading this article it makes so much sense!

Posted: July 20, 2012

GitHub as a CDN

GitHub as a CDN – mediaHACK. Clever. Very clever. GitHub has honestly turned into one of the most impactful entities in recent memory, and it still feels like it’s just getting started.

Posted: July 19, 2012

CoffeeScript now one of GitHub’s Top Languages

Top Languages I still haven’t given CoffeeScript a proper trial (I’m still burrowing into JavaScript itself before adding a layer of abstraction without a personal due cause) but this is a really interesting stat in my opinion. I do plan on some day researching the true reasons for CoffeeScript’s existence, down to the finest detail, […]

Posted: May 25, 2012

Pinned Pull Requests

Pinned Pull Requests | Zack’s Blog.. I’m still learning new things about GitHub. They’re bringing on some of the biggest talent in our industry and I truly believe they’re doing too much work for me to keep up with. I’m glad to have caught this note though. As referenced in the article there are certain […]

Posted: May 22, 2012

Designing navigation

Designing navigation – GitHub | Greg's Head. I’ve said a number of times how much I enjoy peeking over a shoulder to see how people work. The insight is awesome, and I really enjoy comparing how I do things to the way other people do things. I’ve learned the bulk of what I know by […]

Posted: May 04, 2012

Public Key Security Vulnerability and Mitigation

Public Key Security Vulnerability and Mitigation. GitHub had quite an interesting experience over the weekend, and it’s worth examining for a number of reasons. First and foremost a security issue was exposed that affected an extremely large number of systems and users. I’m not a Rails developer but from what I understand, the security issue […]

Posted: March 05, 2012

GitHub is my resume

pydanny: Github is my resume. GitHub achieving it’s goal of social coding based on an awesome version control system is one (amazing) thing, but the byproduct of your profile acting as a resume is simply stellar. I’ve been in hiring positions before, and resumes are by far the worst thing I’ve had to deal with […]

Posted: February 23, 2012

maccman/macgap – GitHub

maccman/macgap – GitHub. This is an interesting project to keep an eye on if you’re looking to focus on a pseudo-native implementation of your Web app on OS X. If you’ve heard of Titanium before, MacGap should sound partially familiar. In contrast to Titanium, which has seemingly expanded quite a bit since I last checked […]

Posted: January 10, 2012

Announcing GitHub for Mac – GitHub

Announcing GitHub for Mac – GitHub. I don’t know if I’ve been living under a rock or what, but I had no idea this was in the pipeline. I’ve been using git for certain projects for a while on github, but still use SVN for a number of reasons we don’t need to get into […]

Posted: June 22, 2011