We’re regularly sharing the best of tech on Twitter. Are you following @Pixafy on Twitter? If you happened to miss our recent batch of tips, tutorials, and more, here’s a speedy recap of shares worth your time:
Super useful tools for #CSS coding | via @catswhocode: http://t.co/Tm6CC56PLB
— Pixafy (@pixafy) August 28, 2013
- Having a cheat sheet of useful tools for CSS coding can jump-start your website and app development. In Super Useful Tools for CSS Coding, Jean-Baptiste Jung compiled a fresh list of tools like Pure CSS, Helium CSS, Normalize.css, and Bear CSS to make your development easier (by @catswhocode).
50 Things a Geek Should Know [infographic] http://t.co/GxVUPsPUuo
— Web.Search.Social (@WebSearchSocial) August 26, 2013
- For a humorous look at all things “truly geek” as well as “geek chic,” check out the 50 Things a Geek Should Know infographic (by @DailyInfographc via @WebSearchSocial)!
Why You Should Learn Node.js Today: http://t.co/4G3WGdzTDa #nodeJS
— Pixafy (@pixafy) August 29, 2013
25 Of The Smartest Women On @Twitter | Fast Company | Business + Innovation: http://t.co/Mv6V4wBRuM
— Pixafy (@pixafy) August 27, 2013
- 25 of the Smartest Women on Twitter showcases some of the women who are leveraging the full potential of Twitter to bring their own unique perspective and skills to a whole host of topics (by @annmcharles & @FastCompany). Be sure to check out our own 25 Essential Twitter Accounts for Developers, where we highlight some of our favorite rockstar women developers!
How using design patterns is like baking a loaf of bread | http://t.co/r9AHFhCNpx: #designpattern #bread #baking http://t.co/tfzlPmNGdi
— PHP Quick Fix (@phpquickfix) August 16, 2013
- How using design patterns is like baking a loaf of bread gives insight into design patterns and discusses why developers shouldn’t be intimidated by them. They’re frameworks, not finished products, with the specific implementation of the pattern determined by the developer. In fact, design patterns help codify best practices, which in turn helps development (via@phpquickfix).
4 Lessons Learned Doing Angular on Rails http://t.co/6TJRhLBMlg #angularjs
— Devin Clark (@iDevinClark) August 7, 2013
- 4 Lessons Learned Doing Angular on Rails delves into the exciting world of building Angular on Rails apps. From topics on skinny controllers to Angular models as Coffeescript classes, Chris Nelson shared some lessons learned that may prove helpful to others working with AngularJS on Rails (by @superchris via @iDevinClark).
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