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Using Docker as a Python Development Environment - http://continuousdelivery.ugly...
In this article I’m going to try to lay out a workable way to develop Python applications (primarily Web applications) using Docker. Although I’m focusing on Python using the Flask micro-framework, the intent is to show how Docker can be used to provide a better way of developing and sharing applications (written in any language or framework) by encapsulating dependencies and dramatically reducing the gap between development and production. - Trevor F. Smith
500 Lines or Less -
Every architect studies family homes, apartments, schools, and other common types of buildings during her training. Equally, every programmer ought to know how a compiler turns text into instructions, how a spreadsheet updates cells, and how a browser decides what to put where when it renders a page. This book's goal is to give readers that broad-ranging overview, and while doing so, to help them understand how software designers think. - Trevor F. Smith
500 line spreadsheet -
A web spreadsheet written in 99 lines of the three languages natively supported by Web browsers: HTML, JS, and CSS. - Trevor F. Smith
The term "Microservice Architecture" has sprung up over the last few years to describe a particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services. While there is no precise definition of this architectural style, there are certain common characteristics around organization around business capability, automated deployment, intelligence in the endpoints, and decentralized control of languages and data. - Trevor F. Smith
jQuery and JavaScript plugins and libraries - Trevor F. Smith
Steven Soderbergh's State Of Cinema Talk -
Here is the full transcript of director Steven Soderbergh‘s keynote at the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival - Trevor F. Smith
Zetes is a crossplatform lightweight framework which allows the user to develop console or native-looking GUI programs, written in Java, that could run on a machine without any JVM installed. - Trevor F. Smith
Internet Explorer test VMs -
Download test VMs of IE for OSX, Linux or Windows - Trevor F. Smith
I just supported #MAYDAYUS, a crowdfunded, kickstarted campaign to reclaim our democracy. Check it out here:
I am wary that @blossom_io wants a CC before it will let me try the UI. Recommended?
Web Starter Kit from Google -
Boilerplate & Tooling for Multi-Device Development - Trevor F. Smith
Meet the Father of Digital Life -
In 1953, at the dawn of modern computing, Nils Aall Barricelli played God. Clutching a deck of playing cards in one hand and a stack of punched cards in the other, Barricelli hovered over one of the world’s earliest and most influential computers, the IAS machine, at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. During the day the computer was used to make weather forecasting calculations - Trevor F. Smith
A prototyping toolkit Soon with Sketch support. - Trevor F. Smith
PaperLater is a new service, brought to you by Newspaper Club, to help take stuff you don’t want to read on screen and print it as a newspaper. It’s quick and easy and only £4.99. - Trevor F. Smith
NPAPI plugin to expose fun VR devices to Javascript. - Trevor F. Smith
A Guide to the New Continuous Agile Clearly written for people who haven't seen agile or large teams. - Trevor F. Smith
The best way to start a subscription service. - Trevor F. Smith
Billing Platform for Subscription Businesses. - Trevor F. Smith
LinkedIn Growth Engine: The Never Ending Viral Loop -
The Double Viral Loop. New users invite more new users and also engage old users (who go on to invite new users themselves). - Trevor F. Smith
MailChimp Pattern Library -
Random Deepak Chopra Quote Generator - Trevor F. Smith
Real-Time Web Analytics Software - Trevor F. Smith
Starbucks to Provide Free College Education to Thousands of Workers -
Starbucks will provide a free online college education to thousands of its workers, without requiring that they remain with the company, through an unusual arrangement with Arizona State University. Love in motion. - Trevor F. Smith
Blink was founded by Karen Clark Cole and Kelly Franznick in July of 2000, right in the middle of the dot-com bubble burst. Kelly and Karen were the user research team, the interaction design team and the all-star usability team. A few months after we started, the company doubled in size, bringing on board John Dirks in the fall of 2000 and Heidi Adkisson in early 2001. - Trevor F. Smith
A Grunt plugin to run Google PageSpeed Insights as part of continuous integration - Trevor F. Smith
HTTPie is a command line HTTP client, a user-friendly cURL replacement. - Trevor F. Smith
Sketch Tutorial 01: A Colorful Switch -
George Michael Brower -
Designer & developer, born 1988, currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Since graduating from UCLA's Design Media Arts department in 2010, I've worked as a creative technologist at Google's Creative Lab. At other times, I've made and contributed to some outrageously popular websites, conquered the world of chiptune as one half of George & Jonathan and angered the legal arm of the Pokémon Company. For outdated work, please visit my adorable undergraduate portfolio. - Trevor F. Smith
Play in the clouds -
Glacéau smartwater. A not entirely annoying ad using WebGL and three.js - Trevor F. Smith
Open Source Workflow Automation for Ops - Trevor F. Smith
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