I know you believe you understand what you think I said but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.

~ William Hartzell, vice president of engineering at RCA

Save Time with Chrome Dev Tools

Lately, I’ve been writing code and debugging while sharing my screen on conference calls. I needed to find a reliable, easy way to make everything visible on screen, and keep it manageable for me at the same time. Jumping back and forth between a browser and Sublime Text may work fine solo, but it can […]

This is a really great post with sound advice and greate links to resources that will help anyone get up to speed with Git version control. Like most things, there’s a bit of a learning curve, but it’s definitely worth it.

Useful Git Tips for Beginners

My Current Front-end Resources

In the last few days I’ve emailed the same list of links and resources to at least twenty different people, so I thought expanding the list a bit and posting it here would make it easier to reference and hopefully help some who haven’t seen these before. There is so much noise information out there, […]