Although I’m sure most of my readers are already aware, I’ve been working with some excellent companies to provide simple micro-service-style tools for modern small-businesses and freelancers and today marks the day that our first digital business tool is released – although it’s still very early days, you can sign-up and start using it now.
Atilium.io – Small business tools.
We are all connected, to everything, at all times, without thinking about it via the internet – shouldn’t our work be too?
“Atilium” (pronounced at-illy-um) will bring our in-house tools to the public, helping small teams and individuals connect with their customer audiences easier and efficiently in a digital-first world where traditional services struggle to keep up and modern services are out-of-reach for the everyday person.
Atilium Phone – Professional phone numbers for small teams and freelancers.
Continue reading Atilium Phone Pre-launch
The evil art of appending CSS code.
Unfortunately CSS has a tendency to be endlessly appended, especially in large codebases and lazy or underfunded devs – this usually spells bad news for future development and a full refactoring is soon in order!
However, appended CSS has it’s time and place and this is one of them…
A WordPress.org “Twenty Fifteen” theme modification to look just like “Hyde,” a fantastic theme for Jekyll (another website/blog software somewhat like WordPress).
Continue reading Hide – the Jekyll & Hyde Theme, WordPress Edition
Although I’m comfortable using terminal – getting used to new shortcuts, key-combos and custom mappings can be a memory-game. I’ve ended up with many note files containing hints for all the things I should have remembered by now. There’s a better way...
Continue reading tmux-hints.sh: The auto cheatsheet for vim, zsh, tmux etc.
Wiring in – getting down to some standard bug-squishing or building that mental-map is almost always easier with the right motivation in any profession…
Continue reading Music for Programmers, Developers and Concentration