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Crazy Ass Yo Yo Skills
Yo Yo skills like you've never seen before.
Git Extras Get extra insight into your Git repo's with this really useful add-on.
12 Standard Screen Patterns Stuck for how to structure your next web UI? Look no further. There are now 15 patterns to choose with 80 examples.
Solipskier Addictive game alert! Draw snow under Solipskier to gain speed, do tricks and hit bonus gates. Avoid the jump chasms and red gates and tryto get the highest score you can.
Want an SEO Job? The Daily Mail advertised for an SEO manager in their robots.txt file. That's a pretty neat way to do it, although the secret is out now.
100km Traffic Jam in China Sounds like we have it easy here...
ReadMe Driven Development Always good to know what the end product will be before you build it. Wise words.
CSS3 Maker Pleasing online tool to experiment with CSS3.
An Overview of Consistent Hashing Understanding consistent hashing as part of the programmers toolbox series.
Human vs Rat: The Maze Challenge
Why Aren't You Using Git Flow?
How does this compare to your Git workflow?
LiveReload in Rails
Helpful when building interfaces with Rails: autoloads the page in the browser when a file the project is saved.
Large-Scale Analytics at Facebook
Mike Schroepfer, Facebook's VP of Engineering, talks about how the social networking service uses Hadoop and Hive to analyze data at scale.
Secret-Knock-Detecting Mechanical Iris Project
Brass, wood, and arduino! An impressive meld of "Chris Schaie's beautiful Mechanical Iris, Steve Hoefer's Secret Knock detecting Arduino code, and an engraving made with my scratch-built CNC-Router to make the entrance to my garage/workshop/lab a bit more special."
Cooking for Engineers
Essential reading for food geeks.
A NoSQL Summer
A seasonal, worldwide reading club for databases, distributed systems & NOSQL-related scientific papers.
Sharpie Liquid Pencil
Sharpie Liquid Pencil: works like a pen, but uses liquid graphite that you can rub out (but becomes permanent after a couple of days.)
Code Monkey on Spotify
"Code Monkey think that maybe manager would like to write goddam login page himself..."
Programmer Health Related Issues
All sorts of programmer health related issues to watch out for.
Turning on/off specific features in Rails applications using Redis.