The Visual Studio Live! Chicago next week!.NET team will be represented at
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We're excited about going to conference exhibit hall.Live! and looking forward to meeting current and future users of our .NET agent at the
At the Visual Studio Live! Demonstration Theater on Tuesday, May 14th, you can learn even more about our application performance monitoring for .NET and what we call ‘performance-driven development.' …
I talk to Jason Calacanis about Groupon, bubbles, Apple, innovation, Yahoo, remote work, sustainable companies and lifestyles, and so much more in the hour-and-a-half This Week In Startups show. (Interview itself starts 7:30 min into the video)
…couldn't think of a snappy title for what's been happening this week. By my reckoning, last week was Week 1805. Apparently I started the count at the week I was born; that seems a bit silly in retrospect, but it's all arbitrary in the end.
Last week I spent a lot of time getting various things in order, including this site. I broke up a bunch of draft posts that had been cluttering up my git st for probably more than a year, and psuedo-published them. They're still not exactly …
Big Data Hackis one of the first hackathons that lets developers to build upon existing codes, allowing teams to win prizes for integrating big data tools into their current companies. There will be plenty of things to do for those not interested in big data as the organizers have non-big data to work on too.
This Week's Testimonials
I have now completed two projects in #I predict that it's going to be the dominant language for server work.
— Tobias Lütke (@ tobi) September 12, 2012
While much of Tobi's time is centred around the sort of activities …
We're back after a week off from the Memorial Day weekend with our Week In Review. Although we're sure you've been keeping up with all of the latest content by our RSS Feed or Twitter account (hint hint), we'd love to get you caught up on all the latest posts so that you're fully back up to speed.
Without further ado, let's jump right into the content!
Redesign Gets More , Leaves Users Stumped
The new Bit.ly redesign …
Without further ado, the Week In Review:
Responsive Tables Playground Piece
We released our latest Responsive Tables . If you're tired of tables breaking your responsive layout, here's your fix. Jonathan breaks down how exactly it works and puts out a call for feedback. We want to hear what you think!piece last Thursday —
Read: "A New Take On Tables"
TheBehind The ZURB Manifesto
This Week in , among other roles here) is moving to Source and wants to meet you! Calling all developers, designers, and other local Web and startup folks: come out and have a beer on us.(author of
What: Free beer for Web and Ruby folks
When: Monday, 16 April, 19:00
Where: Bishops Arms — Vasagatan 7 (near T-Centralen)
P.S. Can't make it, but interested in talking with or working with thoughtbot in Get in touch !?
About This Week's Availability - Kudos to for complete transparency. And I'd like to meet the morons who are them in a dark alley with a baseball bat.
red, green, refactor - the tools for success - Lots of links to useful-looking test-fu here.
simplecov - Supremely easy test coverage tool for 1.9.
rack-bouncer - to send unwanted browsers elsewhere.
Getting Started withusing …
…hosting.) However, I will give it a proper design and work on more.
Best posts of 2011
Why Startup Scene Is Doomed
The & The Geeks