Back in April of this year I responded to a tweet from O’Reilly by tweeting my own advertisement for FluentConf, their annual web conference: Send me to #FluentConf and #VelocityConf! I can’t wait to see everyone, including @scottdavis99, @doctorow, @holtbt, and @kyleshevlin. Do yourself a favor and grab a #SuperBronze pass: https://t.co/HDBvzAbbJW — Craig (@craigfreeman)… More
This week I co-presented progressive web applications with Kellee Martins at the Denver Code Club meetup. Check out the recording below. It’s worth noting that many of the information and images were compiled from third-party sources. If I missed an attribution, please let me know.
While playing around with Homestead, Laravel’s pre-packaged Vagrant virtual machine, the documentation suggests that when you edit Homestead.yaml and re-provision the vm, you should manually edit the /etc/hosts file. I found that it doesn’t take advantage of the Vagrant Hostsupdater plugin. To (micro-)optimize my workflow, I’ve added a function to my .bash_profile: Now I can type hup… More
Remember when I asked for server-side Gists? Yeah… this is much better
A great resource to compare your developer skill-set against. I’m amazed at how fast this community changes; how fast tools and frameworks are replaced. Remember when the ‘webmaster’ did everything? It’s great to be diverse, but at some point we’ll all have to start specializing.
I recently decided to put some of my old projects into Git repos in order to more easily update changes on the various environments that the projects live on. The most common scenario would be to make changes locally on my MAMP server, push the changes to a private repo hosted by Bitbucket, and pull… More