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Capture One Pro — the best parts

Amongst the multiple RAW image converters available on the market, I settled with the one by Phase One. Let me share with you a few reasons why I made this choice.

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Top picks — 2018 July

Npm joins TC39! Affinity Designer for iPad! Moment for iOS! Accessibility for Teams! CSS Container Queries! State of Browsers! CSS Shapes! TypeScript 3.0 and more…

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Homebrew — the best friend of the macOS user

As a curious human being you are probably doing a lot of monotonous tasks: installing and removing software, switching versions of dependencies and searching for new tools. Make your life easier with Homebrew.

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Top picks — 2018 June

Guide to open source, GitHub joins Microsoft, WWDC 2018, CORS, accessible cards, CSS Blocks, DNS over HTTPS, Vue passed React, ECMAScript 2018 and more…

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C++ for JavaScript developers

One of my resolutions for 2018 is to learn a new programming language. I decided to go with C++ and after a few months, I am ready to share with you some of my thoughts.

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Top picks — 2018 May

Arbitrary-precision integers in JavaScript, GitHub Pages gain support for HTTPS, LinkedIn’s new open source projects take on stylesheet performance, Multi-User access on Cloudflare, the best of Google I/O ’18, Prisma revolution, hard parts of JavaScript explained in simple words and more!

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Thanks for everything Engine Creative! Hi Mindera!

Time moves on, my perception about life has taken shape and my list of priorities have changed order. I am super happy to announce that I am leaving the Engine Creative family to join Mindera!

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Top picks — 2018 April

New DNS server by Cloudflare and APNIC, responsive images explained, machine learning in JavaScript, CSS floats demystified, big node / npm update, new version of git Tower is coming and more.

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Configure a local WordPress development on macOS from scratch

So you're about to build a WordPress website. An Apache HTTP Server, PHP and MySQL database is all that you need. Let me guide you step by step.

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From Jekyll to Hugo! From GitHub Pages to Netlify!

After a few years of blogging using Jekyll, my website became slow and I stopped enjoying working on fresh content. Hugo and Netlify have solved my problem.

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