Tag: useful

Well, well, if it isn't that time of the week again, where I post interesting links / articles / tools and then comment upon them. If you haven't read the first ones, I suggest you do. This is issue number #3. As always, if you find any interesting tools or articles that I might have missed, let me know in the comments below and I'll share them in the next weekly cluster. So, here are last week's interesting links! Hacker Scripts There are lazy people but then there's this guy. It kinda' freaks me out to be honest. I won't share too...

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It's that time of the week again, where I post interesting links / articles / tools and then comment upon them. This is issue number #2. If you haven't read the first one, I suggest you do. As always, if you find any interesting tools or articles that I might have missed, let me know in the comments below and I'll share them in the next weekly cluster. Without further adieu here are last week's interesting links! Firefox OS 2.5 Developer Preview, an experimental Android app The guys and gals over at Mozilla have launched the Firefox OS in the form...

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Welcome to the first ever issue of the Weekly Cluster. I decided that it's time to put together a list of useful tools, interesting articles, that I find during a week. Weather it's a cool new CSS tool, a wonderfully written article by @SaraSoueidan or a masterfully crafted pen by @anatudor, I'm going to share it. This is how we're going to do this: I'm going to gather the stuff I mentioned above, make a list, write a few words about each one of them and then share it with the world. You don't have to subscribe to any newsletter...

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You may find yourself at some point in your career when you'll be given the opportunity to work for a company that is not based in the same city or region as you are, but instead, said company is located abroad. So, now you're going to work remotely. This means, that you and your team are not going to be in the same physical office space, but each in their own personal "office". Now we all know the benefits of working remotely and I'm not going to outline them in this article but instead I'm going to list...

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Despite the fact that we are being monitored day and night by an entity that knows almost everything (even what we had for brunch on Nov. 5), and yes I'm talking about moon people, we still have an unsatisfied need of knowing what happens to our belongings. Be it a website or a web app, we need to know what happens with it, while we are away, disconnected from the interwebs. But often we ask ourselves how can we achieve this without paying a dime? Luckily, nowadays there are a lot of tools that can help us in our quest...

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