- Reposted post on Twitter
Our Digital PM, @hayleyhinsley is speaking at @DeliverConf on the 25th. See her "Aim Wide, Not Just High" talk: http://deliverconf.co.uk/speakers/aim-wide-not-just-high/
Way back in 2006, long before Slack, a few colleagues and I ran a little tumblelog/microblog at the very cool URL vom.it (sadly no longer live) to share the interesting stuff we’d found. I especially liked the way posts and comments were presented inline.
After seven years using the same profile photo/avatar, I thought it was probably about time I used something a bit more recent. Before and after…
As seems obligatory today, this note tests whether I can post tweets with over 140 characters, now that Twitter supports up to 280. I’m posting this to my site first (naturally) and hopefully the Ruby @gem and Twitter’s API won’t bork when it’s syndicated 🤞
Bumper Homebrew Website Club London tonight. Thanks everyone for coming 🙌
New work blog post from me. Includes cheesy photo of my remote team coerced into giving a 👍
I love that @simonw is blogging again. His recent posts are great reads, including this on CD with free services:
Posting a test note from the new Micro.blog Mac app.
Can’t wait for this documentary of the greatest end to a football season there will ever be. “89”.
While posting an article here earlier I reminded myself how clunky I’ve made things unless I’m writing plain-text notes. Manually hacking the content in a JSON document is unnecessarily cumbersome. And syntax-highlighted code blocks would be nice. Some itches to scratch!
With its fast, built-in support for JSON, it’s worth considering Postgres for storing and querying your JSON data. Instead of using a specialised document server, Postgres may be the right choice for your application.Read full post…
Handy new macOS High Sierra tip: you can lock your screen using the keyboard shortcut ctrl-cmd-q.