• Weeknotes: incremental improvements Simon Willison

    I've been writing my talk for PyCon Argentina this week, which has proved surprisingly time consuming. I hope to have that wrapped up soon - I'm pre-recording it, which it turns out is much more work…

    Two Days Ago · 22:00
  • Analogue resistance Simon Collison

    I like Ela Minus’ debut album, acts of rebellion, a DIY statement of resistance driven entirely by analogue machines. “We can’t seem to find a reaso…

    Two Days Ago · 11:30
  • Happy 200 Dear Veerle Marc Thiele

    This morning I had edition 200 of Veerle’s wonderful newsletter in my inbox. I am still a big sucker for newsletters and am subscribed to a lot. But honestl…

    Two Days Ago · 04:55
  • Keyboard-only Web Browser Lorna Mitchell

    Unlock a productivity boost with Vimium in your browser. Continue reading →…

    Three Days Ago · 06:53
  • Accessible interactions Jeremy Keith

    Accessibility on the web is easy. Accessibility on the web is also hard. I think it’s one of those 80/20 situations. The most common accessibility problems turn out to be very low-hanging fruit.…

    Four Days Ago · 09:46
  • WonderProxy is seeking a Lead Generation / Inside Sales Contractor WonderProxy

    WonderProxy is a B2B SaaS company that helps its customers test their websites from around the world. Our team has a strong engineering focus, and we're eager to add expertise in sales and marketing.…

    Four Days Ago · 09:31
  • Using MailHog via Docker for testing email Rob Allen

    I recently needed to modify the emails that a client project sends out. It was set up to send via SMTP and so the easiest way to do this for me was to add a local MailHog instance and point the applic…

    Four Days Ago · 04:00
  • Combine Multiple Field Tags in Go Lorna Mitchell

    I work a lot with JSON APIs in my Go projects, so almost every struct has some field tags on it to translate AccountID into account_id and that sort of thing. Then one day I needed to load data from &…

    Four Days Ago · 02:46
  • Standards processing Jeremy Keith

    I’ve been like a dog with a bone the way I’ve been pushing for a declarative option for the Web Share API in the shape of button type=“share”. It’s been an interesting window into the worl…

    The Other Day · 09:48