After a brief hiatus, it’s time for another installment of the staff picks series where we gather some of the most interesting bits of design and development from around the web.···
We hear a lot of talk lately about the technical debt programmers are facing, once their software becomes mature enough, and all that rapid development that was done initially starts to hurt the company.···
Last Friday was a bittersweet one. On any other week it would be the usual end of the work week where we’re all preparing to wind down and enjoy the weekend, this week it was a bit different as it was also Danijel’s last day with Superawesome. In order to not make it a sad…···
This one’s going to be packed with extra goodness, since we missed last week’s post.···
This is a useful tool to help you create code snippets for Sublime Text/Atom/Visual Studio editors. It’s incredibly timely that I have stumbled on this link seeing that we are in the process of creating Mustra components in Pug. Having easy access to them through code snippets will be awesome for our front-end development process.
Now this is an interesting device. It’s basically a Kindle that you can draw on, with a proprietary display which is supposedly the best thing out there — when it comes to black and white drawings at least.
It does tick all the boxes for a notebook/book reader replacement, the only thing I’m not sold on is the name, especially the weird spelling. Can you imagine saying “Hand me my reMarkable, please”? Yeah, me neither.
This week we have a bit of interesting reads, some cool CSS techniques, and some nice design for you to enjoy.···