Archive: October 7th, 2014

At San Francisco’s nascent spaceport preparing for a coast-to-coast jump to New York. Spinning up the FTL drive.

At San Francisco’s nascent spaceport preparing for a coast-to-coast jump to New York.

Spinning up the FTL drive.

The boring front-end developer - Adam Silver, Front end developer, based in London

My name is Jeremy and I am a boring front-end developer.

Why I Joined the IndieWeb Movement - Wingin’ It

I hope that many of you will watch me on this journey, and follow in my wagon tracks as I leave the walled cities and strike out for the wilderness ahead.

Startups and Shit, HTML-first

The Android vs. iOS debate is one hinges around whether you think it makes more sense to target a (perceived) larger market, or target one that the technorati favor. But why choose? Building a good responsive web app has a series of benefits, the primary one being that you target users on every platform with one app. Every user. Every platform. All the time. Release whenever you want. A/B test with ease. Go, go go.

In Toronado, eating a tamale from The Tamale Lady and discussing W3C specs over craft beers.

Doing San Francisco right.

My friends in San Francisco: let’s meet up for a drink and a chat at Toronado from 8pm.

Hope to see you there. Yes, you.