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Step-by-step on how to get yourself a smooth workflow with all that Git has to offer built right in.
Here are some ideas and technics I’ve developed throughout the years working as a web developer. If you’re looking for ways to improve your coding efficiency, you might pick up a few useful tips in there…
Here’s a description of my development setup. It’s basically what I’ve narrowed it down to after many years working as a web designer/developer. It’s working very well for me, but I’d be curious to hear other professionals’ take on the subject…
“They’re two kinds of people: those who lost all their data before… and those who will.” A good backup system should let you get back to work within 2 minutes of a drive failure and let you recover any client’s job even if your office burns down.
You want to know the easy way to use TextMate’s Projects with files located on a remote server? Read on…
When I first started as a web designer, one aspect of the actual production process I had never put much thought into was the file naming convention to use for images in my CSS code.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just code for Standards compliant browser, and then only add a few rules in a separate file to tweak browser specific rendering quirks and call it a day? Well… that’s the way I’ve been doing it for a few years now.