If you've got a Twitter account, and a blog with a lot of content, sharing your posts can be a nice way to help someone out, and drive a little extra traffic to your site. If your site generates an RSS feed, here's how you can automate the process - for free!
If you've got a Twitter account, and a blog with a lot of content, sharing your posts can be a nice way to help someone out, and drive a little extra traffic to your site. Here's how you can automate the process on your Ghost blog - for free!
When you find an API to use in your app, you'll need to access it in a specific language - not always an easy or straightforward task. As long as you're doing all that work, why keep it to yourself? Let's look at creating an API wrapper that you can share with others!
Becoming an Erlang developer has not always been easy, but over the last couple of years I've learned a few ways to tame the beast. It doesn't need to become any other language, but there's definitely room for improving the developer experience!
We all have our favorite web browser with our favorite extensions loaded, but have you ever considered writing your own? In the past few months I've created a couple extensions to suit my own needs. Here's what I've learned!
There’s a feature of every GitHub repo that in my experience doesn’t get a ton of love, and that's the wiki. In all fairness, I'm not sure how much love it deserves - it's sorely lacking in features. But did you know it's a separate repo that you can clone and manipulate locally?