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You Need To Know That ES6 Has Arrived

Posted on February 26th, 2015.

I’m convinced that the time to start coding in ECMAScript 6 (ES6) is now. I know a large part of the JavaScript community is waiting for a cue to begin. I’m going to share with you the signals that I’ve been seeing. If you’re not using ES6 yet, hopefully by the end of this post I will […]

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Version Control

How To Boost Your .gitignore Workflow With gitignore.io

Posted on February 20th, 2015.

Do you have a .gitignore template setup in your text expander or code editor snippets? Do you tediously add coverage to it over time as you find new files you don’t want committed into your Git repos? Well, now that you’ve spent all that time on it, get ready to let that old thing collect […]

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Developer Tools

7 Quick Ways To Make A Text Expander Your Hero

Posted on January 22nd, 2015.

You may be surprised to find out that your typing workflow may be 150 years old. If you’re not using a text expander then the way you’ve been coding and typing is from the 1800s. The good news is I’m going to give you 7 quick ways that you can put a text expander to work for […]

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JavaScript

How To Install Sinon.JS In The Browser With Bower

Posted on January 21st, 2015.

Just a quick tip for those of you using Bower to install Sinon.JS for unit testing in the browser. Hopefully you’ll avoid scratching your head like I did when things didn’t work out as expected when using the registered Bower package. The solution is sometimes so easy, but it can still take a little time to find. […]

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Product Development

Why I Think Feedback Loops For All The Things Is Awesome

Posted on January 7th, 2015.

The world of product development is a scary place without feedback loops working for us at all times. Would you believe me if I told you a sudden epiphany hit me out of nowhere and I instantly realized just how many decisions in life that people make based on assumptions? I’m not talking small, fill-in-the-gap assumptions […]