How I Made a Flexible Resume Builder using Backbone and ES6 Modules

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When looking for a new job in Web Development, you always seem to need two things: a resume and a code example. The last 2.5 years of my code, at least the code applicable to my job search, is owned by my previous employer. So I didn’t have any code examples handy that I would […]


How I Avoid Installing npm Packages Globally

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First, I take the installations instructions, but instead of installing globally, I install as a dev dependency inside my project (webpack used for this example): Second, I check the node_modules bin directory to confirm that I have the webpack binary That directory contains symlinks to all the binaries installed with npm for a specific project […]


Send a Pull Request to Another Fork on GitHub

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Over the past few months, I’ve been working on merging the WordPress plugin SEO Extended into WordPress SEO by Yoast. The whole process taught me many great things about git, GitHub, and social coding. So today I’m going to share how to send a pull request to another person’s fork on GitHub! After I went […]


New Windows Git Client for Bitbutcket: SourceTree for Windows Beta

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Good news, everyone! The people behind Bitbucket, Atlassian, are running a beta for the Windows version of their Git client called SourceTree. Right now you have to sign up by giving them your email and hoping they choose you, but it could very well be worth it! I haven’t tried SourceTree for Windows yet, but […]


Small Update

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Well today was semi productive. I was able to get the ground work in place for the main I Don’t Give A Craft page. Unfortunately, Val’s computer had to be sent in for repairs, so it might be a little while before we have graphics for the page 🙁 Even though Val is unable to work […]