Monthly Archive: July 2013

A collection of useful/nifty/cool ST2 Plugins 0

A collection of useful/nifty/cool ST2 Plugins

A little while back during my exploration of PHP IDEs, I evaluated Sublime Text 2. At that point I had found a number of nifty plugins for ST2, mostly for PHP development. Since then I’ve found even more plugins that I find useful/nifty/cool. They are not PHP specific and I do not use all of them on a regular basis, but I think they are all worth sharing. Of course,...

Setting up Node.JS on OSX – Quick and Easy 0

Setting up Node.JS on OSX – Quick and Easy

Recently, I’ve gotten into learning Node.JS. Installing Node on my servers for remote development is easy enough with a wajig install nodejs, however I want to be able to work off my laptop while I’m on vacation. While it’s not quite as easy as one command, it really isn’t that hard to setup.

Ubuntu Edge – PR ploy or real shot? 0

Ubuntu Edge – PR ploy or real shot?

Earlier today Canonical, the corporate overlords behind Ubuntu, launched an Indiegogo campaign for the Ubuntu Edge. At a goal of $32 million USD, it is by far the largest crowd funding project I’ve ever heard of. Combine that with a tight deadline of exactly 30 days, Canonical has to raise over $1 million USD per day, for a phone.

s9y-to-wp has a new home on GitHub 2

s9y-to-wp has a new home on GitHub

Earlier this week I was trying to clean up my old Google Code site and I broke it. Mostly this has given me the small push I needed to get all the old junk out of Google Code and make a proper move of it all to GitHub. Of course, the most important piece of code was the Serendipity to WordPress Plugin. I’ve moved the plugin to its own s9y-to-wp...