My tweets on 2009-10-13

Couldn't work much today. Instead, I am emotionally wrought to the point where parsing sentences is actually difficult. This is draining. :( # @SoraiLaFey Thank you for taking the time to talk w/me the other day. @misscalico Thank you for doing the same today. I miss you both a lot. # Self, stop avoiding sleep. […]

How To Use Git-SVN as the Only Subversion Client You’ll Need

I’ve been using git as my favorite version control tool for quite a while now. One of its numerous distinguishing features is an optional component called git-svn, which serves as a bi-directional “bridge” that enables native git repositories to interact with a Subversion repository, performing all the normal operations you would need to use svn […]

My tweets on 2009-02-19

Couldn’t work much today. Instead, I am emotionally wrought to the point where parsing sentences is actually difficult. This is draining. :( # @SoraiLaFey Thank you for taking the time to talk w/me the other day. @misscalico Thank you for doing the same today. I miss you both a lot. # Self, stop avoiding sleep. […]

How To Start Contributing To Open Source Projects

If you’re anything like me, then you’ve been using open source projects for years. You love them, you know them, and you want to help them. But you aren’t the fastest programmer, or the smartest, and you’ve finally gotten to a point in your life where you’re okay that someone, somewhere, is going to be […]

Buy Web Development Books from SitePoint’s 5-for-1 Sale and Donate to Bushfire Relief

For those of you who don’t already know, I’ve been a blogger over at SitePoint for a few months now. Today, I’m even happier to be a participant in the SitePoint community because, for a limited time only, SitePoint is offering the sale of the century: buy 5 SitePoint books for the price of 1. […]