Streamlining your admin duties with Fabric

June 25, 2010 by Zoran

We’ve all been there at one point or another. You need to do some complex but repetitive task for the x-th time (where x tends to be a very high number indeed). And since I am a firm believer that everything I need to do more than about 2 times I have to do it with a click, or key-press, or some other similar simple feat of manual dexterity I will discuss some one of the solutions to this problem.

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Are you failing enough?

June 19, 2010 by Merlin
If not, maybe you should. In this day when everything is visible and privacy is lacking, everyone tries to look as successful as possible. Failure and mistakes are viewed as negative things that should be avoided at all times. But is that the right approach?There are two ways you can look successful: you can really be good at something or you can avoid mistakes. And here lies the problem. You can’t be good at something without a learning period in which you WILL make mistakes.

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Pimp my widget: Object Oriented school

June 12, 2010 by Zoran

In my previous post we looked into equipping or WP blog with widgets to give it a new look and hopefully make it a little more pleasing to the eye. Today we are going to take a step further… hopefully. Since object orientation is the best thing that happened since the wheel (or so I hear ;)) we should try to tap into some of that godly nectar and ambrosia. So, we will be giving our RSS widget introduced in my last post an OO makeover.

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HTML5 template

June 4, 2010 by Merlin

With all that HTML5 buzz lately everyone wants to try it out. So if you’re one to shoot first and ask questions later, here is one simple template.

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