Published: 5 years ago

How to mine Primecoin (XPM) in the cloud

Today’s buzz is all about Bitcoin reaching $1,000 with people all over the internet crying about not jumping on the opportunity when it was early enough. A few days ago, after discussing with some friends about alternative cryptocurrencies, I decided to see if it …

Published: 6 years ago

8 collaboration tools for remote teams

Since both 39 and Fifth Layer (the company behind SyncPad) are completely distributed, I’ve been dealing with remote collaboration for the past few years. Heck, SyncPad itself was born out of the need of a better tool to visually collaborate remotely. Here’s a list …

Published: 8 years ago

Book review: Learn to Program by Chris Pine

I’m not a developer and I don’t want to be a developer, but I want to be able to build small apps when I need to, to understand better the code wrote by the people I’m working with, and to put together simple prototypes. …

Published: 8 years ago

Github for Mac is awesome!

Let’s say your are lazy and you don’t like using Terminal to commits on GitHub (I assume that if you are smart enough to use Git, you are also smart enough to use GitHub for your repositories). Let’s say you aren’t an hard core …

Published: 8 years ago

Tower, a new Mac client for Git

I know, I know, enough with these Git clients, use that damn Terminal app! I see your point but for a lot of designers and non-terminal people, having a user-friendly client can be a great way to be introduced to Git. A few weeks …

Published: 9 years ago

Rapportive extension for Safari

During my “Google Chrome” phase, I learned to love some of its extensions. One of those is Rapportive. It’s a super simple CRM for Gmail, that replace the ads with the personal information about the sender based on their email address, pulling data from …

Published: 9 years ago

Gity, a Git client for OS X

Since we started working on Get Apps Done, I had to deal with Git. I never used Git before that, but Heroku, a great platform for hosting Ruby on Rails projects, forced me to. Using Git isn’t too complex, but when you start getting …

Published: 9 years ago

One laptop, two guys, six days of SXSW

No, this is not the title of a geek gay porn movie. “One laptop, two guys, six days of SXSW” is the best way to condense an awesome experience I had at SXSW. Everything started at the Fort Lauderdale International airport, when, because of …

Published: 9 years ago

101 free e-mail newsletter templates

Do you need to create a quick e-mail newsletter but you feel lazy and you don’t want to deal with e-mail clients compatibility problems? Don’t worry, check out this selection of 101 free e-mail newsletter templates:

Published: 9 years ago

How to modify the Facebook Share button

The first thing I thought when I found out about the new Facebook Share button was: “Cool! I’m going to add it to my blog right away.” The first thing I thought after I installed it was: “Why couldn’t they make the button height …