In this post I’d like to illustrate history control feature.
I been doing research recently on test driven development practices and tools for developing web applications with Meteor platform. While there is no official TDD approach, at least at the moment of writing, I was able to find several techniques contributed by growing community.
Used Twitter’s Bootstrap for a while and now thinking to try the fresh colors on your next app, but lacking graphic design experience?
No worries, here is tools to help you get started quickly.
One of my responsibilities on the work I do for the company, decided to remain anonymous, is creating a Staging environments for the new features and QA branches, but recently we were run into great features push and therefore such activity become a headache.
Now I’m looking for a solution and willing to share some finds :)
Recently I had a passion to hack on my Magento Cookbook project, but the time I wasted, just to get started after 10 month of break, feels like a problem and cause me to start looking for a solution to simplify life for myself and, hopefully, future contributors.
Wow, the 3 weeks passed quite fast and now the judges should be quite busy on reviewing and choosing the winners from about 150 contest submissions. You can track progress through Ubuntu App Review Board.
As of me, I chosen to go with Hassle Free PC Synchronization idea, but, unfortunately failed to complete it during context time frame and with in this post I’d like to share my achievements, overall contest experience and future plans.
The three week period starts on the Mon 18th June 2012 and if I’ll find enough time I’ll be glad to participate as it’s really a great opportunity to dive into Ubuntu development.
Here I’d like to share some of my ideas.