So you write some code, validate the feature, send it off to QA, and move on to something else. The last thing you expect is to have a QA engineer come back and say that your code doesn’t work. When that happens, you begin the process of identifying the differences […]
Great tips here: https://github.com/blog/1943-how-to-write-the-perfect-pull-request All boils down to empathy and manners. Feedback to pull requests should be respectful to the developer.
I still remember the awe I felt visiting sites built with Flash. It’s still hard for me to come to grips with the fact that it’s over. Each site was animated, dynamic, and *gasp* cross-browser compatible! When iOS announced they would not be supporting Flash sites, I was stunned. Why […]
Recently had a need to debug a site on an iOS device. But the site was only accessible through the company’s VPN. How do you do that? Well, you could log into the company’s VPN by downloading a VPN app and configuring it. But why go through that hassle when […]