How to fork & patch npm modules

“With now more than 3000 modules, there are huge gaps in the quality of things you find in the npm registry. But more often than not, it’s easy to find a module that is really close to what you need, except if it wasn’t for that one bug or missing feature.” – Felix Geisend√∂rfer Today […]

Beautiful Resumes with Markdown and LateX

“If you call failures experiments, you can put them in your resume and claim them as achievements.” – Mason Cooley I’ve been working on updating my resume recently to apply for some part-time or full-time web development positions with a local agency. While I love freelancing, there’s something special about having a core group of […]

6 Questions To Determine If A Company Is Really Agile

I am a proponent of the Agile software development method. If you want to measure a potential employer’s “Agile-ness”, try asking these 6 questions (via Ithaqua on the Something Awful forums): Yup. I’ve had the pleasure of working for two places that actually did Agile properly now. Here are some questions to determine if a […]

The Disappointing Browser Support of the New HTML5 Number Input

Edit on 2013/01/09: I think the CSS3 property box-sizing: border-box could fix this issue. I was creating a landing page for a client today and I thought I’d try an element of the HTML5 specification-in-the-making: <input type=”number” /> Basically what the number input¬†does is provide client-side restrictions on the input as well as a browser […]

GoDaddy: Disable Auto-Renew On SSL Certificates

Edit on 2011/07/24: The steps have been updated by Jason in the comments below. This post describes how to disable auto-renew on your GoDaddy SSL certificates. But first, some background: Domain name registrar Go Daddy has served me well as the registrar for my domain names and SSL certificates. They’re the leading domain registrar in […]