I`ve been working a bit on the iPad using Prompt, tmux and vim with a bluetooth keyboard, and this .tmux.conf is essential for efficient work.
Some of these are obsolete, in my opinion (who wears a watch these days?) But others are really profound. Worth adding to your RSS reader.
Really impressive. When will we see pure CSS animated ads start appearing?
Longing for a more Mooseish DBIx::Class? Eventually there will be MooseX::DBIC, but if you need something while you’re waiting, you could check out MooseX::DBIC::AddColumn which lets you do Moose-like column definitions in your Result classes.
I’m mentoring a Google Summer of Code project to improve the Mojolicious test suite this year, and my student has just set up a blog to journal his progress. Check it out, you might even learn something.
Thinking about submitting a talk for NPW 2010 in Reykjavik? The deadline for the Call for Paper is tomorrow, 29th of march, so you’d better hurry up and get that submission in there. I’ve submitted a talk, and am really looking forward to visit iceland. I’ve never been, but from the photos I’ve seen it seems like a beautyful place.
I need to look into this for the iusethis iPhone application. The launch time is one thing that annoys me with that app now, and this could be a good way to sort that out.
Github is probably much of the reason we love using git at Nordaaker. The great overview and administration system, as well as the simple no-nonsense issue tracker works very efficiently for us. Now github has added another feature that I think will help us collaborating efficiently on code.
Inline commit notes lets you comment anywhere in a commit, lending itself to quick code reviews and clarifications.