Have the Angular Team lost their marbles?

I've posted before that I'm not a big fan of frameworks like Angular, however recent information about Angular's future only makes me hold my head in my hands even more...

Running the Dart VM on a Chromebook in Developer Mode (without installing Linux)

Here are some instructions on how you can run the Dart VM (including pub) on a Chromebook in Developer Mode without having to install Linux or use Crouton! :)

Chromebook Comparison Chart

In looking for a Chromebook; I discovered there wasn't a great place to find specs in an easily sortable/filterable/comparable chart. So, I whipped one together.

You have ruined HTML

As if HTML wasn't already terrible enough; you've gone and ruined it with your {{ stupid binding expressions }} and convinced the world that it's a good thing.

Jawbone Up24 vs Fitbit Flex

I returned the Jawbone Up24 after only 1 week. I've had the Fitbit Flex for 6 weeks so far. Needless to say, I prefer the Fitbit Flex; but it still has issues...

Why I returned my Jawbone Up24 after just one week

Due to two serious flaws, today I returned my Jawbone Up24 for a refund and purchased a Fitbit Flex as a replacement.

DartVS - Dart Support for Visual Studio

Yesterday I published an extension that adds some support for coding Google's Dart in Visual Studio, including Errors/Warnings and Syntax Highlighting.

(Web) Development Sucks, and It's Not Getting Any Better

We can do so much better than the way we're building web applications today, but it doesn't seem like anyone is investing in trying to solve the biggest issues. Here's my ideas about what should be being done.

Is F# Ready for Production?

I'm a huge fan of F#, but now that all the obstacles for introducing it to production codebases are gone; I'm starting to wonder whether right now, it's the right choice to make...

Free Software and Services for Open Source Projects

Following on from yesterday's post about open source projects; here's a bunch of commercial software and services that are offered free by their companies to open source projects.

My Favourite Open Source Software

Scott Hanselman suggested that open source software doesn't get enough praise; so I thought it'd be nice to blog a list of my favourites. Some of this is used on a daily basis and important to my work; yet I've never paid a penny for it!

Markdown-based Presentations with Remark

I recently discovered a cool JavaScript library called remark; which builds awesome looking presentations/slides from Markdown and CSS.
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