Category Archives: JavaScript

OctoBadge – Display Github user badge showing open source activity

A few years ago there was a lot of controversy about Github being the new resume for developers and what that meant. In 2015, I think it’s almost universally accepted among developers that your code footprint is important. It’s very likely it’s going to be the first impression that you make on others in your [...]

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Hotswap + Nesh. A more awesome Node.JS development experience.

Ever since working on some minor Clojure projects and getting some experience with the leiningen and LightTable, I’ve been expecting a little bit more from the programming environments I work in. Anyway, as I’ve begun doing significantly more work using Node in the past few months, I decided to really dig into the available toolset. [...]

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Understanding Singletons

Why ANOTHER article about Singletons? If you search for ‘Singleton’ in Google or StackOverflow you get a bajillion and a half results.  That makes sense, because it’s one of the most commonly implemented design patterns in the history of software.  Some reasons for the popularity of the Singleton are: A.  It makes more intuitive sense [...]

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