Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

The Ten Rules for Data Modeling with DynamoDB


Basecamp’s legal documents, shared under a CC licence for re-use.


Turn screen captures into GIFs with cropping and trimming, entirely client-side in the browser

Elevator Music 1 hour


Parsing HTML at the command line

Liked Max Böck Max Böck’s post “Emergency Website Kit” on
In cases of emergency, many organizations need a quick way to publish critical information. But existing (CMS) websites are often unable to handle sudden spikes in traffic. Just received a shelter-in-place emergency alert with a web address for more…


A faster YouTube embed script


“Minimalist stylesheet for HTML elements” – just use semantic HTML and MVP does the rest.

Using Emoji as Favicons

Neat trick from @LeaVerou

Night Owl

Current favourite VS Code theme

Recursive SQL Queries with PostgreSQL

‎Edgar Wright's 1,000 Favourite Films


A set of free MIT-licensed high-quality SVG icons for UI development.

Liked Jamie Tanna Jamie Tanna’s post on
I really like @BarryF's website - may look to take some inspiration from you 👀
Reposted Cheuk Ting Ho Cheuk Ting Ho’s post on Twitter
Group picture @indiewebcamp London! #IndieWeb We had a good time "meeting" #Online during #COVID19
Liked Jamie Tanna Jamie Tanna’s post on
Very excited for #IndieWebCamp London tomorrow - it may not be in person due to #coronavirus but the IndieWebCamp events are built to be remote friendly - and regardless of where we are it'll be a great time. We are a distributed bunch, after all

This weekend’s IndieWebCamp in London has sensibly been switched to online-only because of the current health concerns.

A big well done to the organisers, Cheuk, Calum and Ana, for their initial attempts to keep it going and then swiftly reconfiguring for an online event. Communication with attendees during the week has been exemplary.

I’m very much looking forward to joining tomorrow’s sessions from the comfort and safety of my home office.

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