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I built a thing! PinBuddy!

PinBuddy is a Google Chrome toolbar extension for the Pinboard bookmarking service that lets you browse and add new bookmarks with ease. It is fully keyboard accessible and highlights previously bookmarked websites. It uses API tokens for server communications and never asks for your authentication credentials hence secure.

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Top picks — 2018 September

React Fire and changes to React DOM, CSS Scroll Snapping, GitHub PRs in Visual Studio Code, animations in UX and more…

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What did you learn today?

Since I joined Mindera a few months ago I've cultivated a daily habit — at some point in the day I'll ask my team members…

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Top picks — 2018 August

Why your skip links are broken, CSS Grid visualized, native lazy load, the state of mobile platforms, whats new in Babel 7, color formats and InDesign killer. This and much more on this month top picks!

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Semantic Versioning (SemVer) explained

The versioning of software seems to be a confusing concept for developers. The meaning behind the versioning format isn't coming out of the blue so let me help you to understand it.

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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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