Searchlight - Searching gem that minimizes magic. Comes with integration module.
Open Source Report Card - a user's activity for interesting patterns.
Fargo - outliner that stores its files in your Dropbox.
…Servus for Mac - Formerly Droplings, this app build presentation pages for yourfiles.
Code Archaeology With Git - and techniques to track down the history of obsure code.
bashttpd - as a bash shell script. One of those projects that only exists to demonstrate that with software all things are possible.
Bootsnipp - of free code snippets that integrate with Bootstrap.
Big Favicons - Guidance on …
…Drop -to print and (physically) mail documents from your computer or . I'd be more excited about this if I could remember the last time I printed and mailed a document.
Load - I have some servers where this really ought to be in place. and Reverse Proxying with Nginx
FXRuby - bindings to the FOX toolkit cross-platform GUI library, now coming back from a long period of dormancy.
Faraday: Oneto …
migrating from - I'm starting to think it's time to get off of OS/X. Walled gardens do not attract me. to Dropbox, from feature rich to future proof
New gem released: Futuroscope! - selected operations on background threads with very little change to your code.
An updated iCloud that obviates the need for services like Dropbox.
The ability to customize the lock screen on iOS.
The ability to organize your springboard free-form.
The ability …
…GrabBox does one thing very well. Take a screenshot on, and it will upload to and put a link in your clipboard. No new service to signup, no new shortcuts to learn. Simple. Works.
In ur meme Speaking of image uploads, iMeme is a cool time waster ... erm ... meme generator.
QotD Business Insider goes from : to campy
We asked a source close tofor his reaction to this concern, and he said, " ."
One of my favorite conferences every year is Microconf , because it focuses on small software businesses, which is where my heart and soul is businesswise. I know a lot of folks can't justify a trip out to (though you should really come in 2014 if you possibly can — 2013 is only a few days from me posting this and already quite sold out), so I always ask and (the organizers) for a copy of my video so I can produce a transcript and put it online. My 2012 talk …
Rumor has it thathad 200,000 emails by the time they launched, based on driving a ton of traffic to a landing page with a single video that discussed how the service was going to work once it was built. These days when people ask me if they have to build a product to pitch investors, I tell them they can...or they can gather 200,000 emails. Call me if you do this and I'll write you a check.
For more on the specifics of how to approach this, check out Why You Should…
…there's also the issue of such data off the device, stored with third-party cloud services like Dropbox.
Discovery obligations: Data stored on mobile devices used for work may be subject to electronic discovery, the pre-trial phase in litigation where each party can get evidence from the opposing party. You may need to take measures to keep work and personal data separate, keeping in mind that your organization can't object to producing some information in the discovery process simply …
How does this happen at scale? (Load balancing)
How do development teams manage software
Class 6: The Cloud
cloud-hosted services (distributed computing)