Ben Tsai

Archive

  1. 🍄🧠 Puzzle Iguana
  2. 🍄🧠 (Lace Forest)
  3. Kinopio → Markdown
  4. I Got My First Mac
  5. Kinopio backup one-liner
  6. Kinopio JSON text tricks
  7. My daily utilities
  8. I joined the Kinopio club
  9. Python Broken Again
  10. I moved my blog
  11. 🥚 Recipe for soft-boiled eggs
  12. Cold Brew Mocktail
  13. Lowering the bar
  14. Things I really like: Fujifilm X100T
  15. Keyboard hacks in macOS Sierra
  16. Git log for “What I did today”
  17. App Idea: “Buzz Clock” for Apple Watch.
  18. Dream Calendar App (Sketch)
  19. Dream Calendar App: Visualizing Time
  20. Day One Meal Review
  21. Coffee Log Followup
  22. Plane and building
  23. Meals Tracker in Day One
  24. Day One Templates Using Launch Center Pro
  25. Google travel reminders
  26. Siri Reads Kindle
  27. My Perfect Calendar App
  28. Publish by Day One
  29. Hipjot
  30. Day One Web Service?
  31. YouVersion Bible URL Scheme
  32. Draft: Buttery Markdown Goodness
  33. Quick Scripture Lookup
  34. Tina Roth Eisenberg: The Power of Side Projects and Eccentric Aunts
  35. My first Pythonista script
  36. The Key to Continuous Improvement (part 2)
  37. Superscripts and Subscripts Affecting Line-Height
  38. Agile Chalk Talk: Retrospecting Your Iterations
  39. My First Course(ra)
  40. Our first retrospective
  41. Retrospectivizing
  42. Magnets and Macs Don't Mix
  43. Not Black Is the New Black
  44. Tina Roth Eisenberg: The Power of Side Projects and Eccentric Aunts
  45. XOXCO - Is it time for password-less login?
  46. The Art of Lean Software Development
  47. Sheet music, DNA, and source code
  48. Download a local NuGet repository using Nuget
  49. Get a transparent, Quake-style Windows console with ConEmu
  50. Getting Vim Pathogen to work
  51. Vi in the Cloud
  52. Introducing Prose: A Content Editor for GitHub
  53. Cleaning up a computer
  54. VBScript for creating a shortcut
  55. Automating SQL Server 2008 installations
  56. Why is Estimating so Hard?
  57. DocHub | Instant Documentation Search
  58. Debugging FileSystemWatcher.Created
  59. .NET 2.0 ActiveX Control Gotchas (Safe for Scripting and Hooking into Events)
  60. DRAFT-2012-02-15-cleaning-computer
  61. ASIDE: Using Visual Language in the Classroom
  62. Agile Reboot: Putting the Man back in Manifesto
  63. Simple Made Easy
  64. Andy Lester: Get Out of Technical Debt Now
  65. Why And How We Use Campfire
  66. The Tortoise and the Hare
  67. Usability Is King For Your Product. Here’s How We Can Finally Measure It
  68. Redirecting DOS stdout stderr
  69. Lessons Learned: The Hacker Way
  70. Terminology, Syntax, & Introduction - A Beginners Guide to HTML & CSS
  71. Taking Automated Tests Off The Pedestal
  72. How to view an XML stream in the Visual Studio debugger
  73. What does the "d" in `git svn dcommit` stand for?
  74. Reducing friction and Scriptogram's new text editor
  75. Preparing for change, expressing intent
  76. Markdown and Blogging and Dropbox, Oh My!
  77. How to retrieve an off-screen window
  78. Vintage mode in Sublime Text
  79. Using Mercurial as ad-hoc local version control
  80. Opening files recursively in Vim
  81. Being a Better Programmer
  82. /posts/2012-01-26-671/
  83. What does the "d" in `git svn dcommit` stand for?
  84. What does the "d" in `git svn dcommit` stand for?
  85. Scriptogram Guide
  86. Reducing friction and Scriptogram's new text editor
  87. Reducing friction and Scriptogram's new text editor
  88. Markdown and Blogging and Dropbox, Oh My!
  89. Internationalization in MFC
  90. How to retrieve an off-screen window
  91. How to retrieve an off-screen window
  92. Flaky iPhone Home Button Workaround
  93. CSS background opacity
  94. CSS background opacity
  95. Best way to show code snippets in word?
  96. Being a Better Programmer
  97. Being a Better Programmer
  98. How to retrieve an off-screen window
  99. What does the "d" in `git svn dcommit` stand for?
  100. Reducing friction and Scriptogram's new text editor
  101. CSS background opacity
  102. Using Git as a Subversion Client
  103. Today's Log
  104. Scriptogram Guide
  105. Markdown and Blogging and Dropbox, Oh My!
  106. Let the computer do the logic
  107. Internationalization in MFC
  108. From Wordpress to Markdown
  109. Flaky iPhone Home Button Workaround
  110. Brief thoughts on Git on Windows
  111. Best way to show code snippets in word?
  112. Markdown and Blogging and Dropbox, Oh My!
  113. Best way to show code snippets in word?
  114. Flaky iPhone Home Button Workaround
  115. Vim Tip: Swap Parameters
  116. Today's Log
  117. Posting to Wordpress from Calepin
  118. Let the computer do the logic
  119. Intro to Calepin
  120. From Wordpress to Markdown (Calepin)
  121. Calepin Tips
  122. Brief thoughts on Git on Windows
  123. A Universal Greeting
  124. A Git Subversion Workflow
  125. From Wordpress to Markdown (Calepin)
  126. Posting to Wordpress from Calepin
  127. Let The Computer Do It
  128. Some Git Links
  129. .gitignore file for Visual Studio environments
  130. Trying Git SVN
  131. Shapecatcher.com: Unicode Character Recognition
  132. JavaScript Debug: A simple wrapper for console.log
  133. Why Rounded Corners are Easier on the Eyes - UX Movement
  134. jQuery chaining versus readability
  135. Emoji cheat sheet for Campfire and Github
  136. DVCS Big Wins
  137. Review: User Interface Design for Programmers
  138. Trust your developers?
  139. The Surprising Science of Motivation
  140. Atlassian's 20% Time Policy
  141. Side Projects Project
  142. Standing Desk
  143. IDisposable: The contentious Dispose pattern
  144. General Theory of Resources
  145. IDisposable: IPayAttention
  146. Implementing IDisposable?
  147. disposing: "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."
  148. An .hgignore file for Visual Studio 2008 and ReSharper
  149. Cleanup/delete all .svn folders
  150. Tip: Kill TSVNCache.exe to speed up Visual Studio startup times
  151. Making the Windows Command Prompt a little more humane
  152. Campfire tray notifier application
  153. Collaborating with Mercurial
  154. Sparklines
  155. Enso lives on
  156. Using Mercurial as ad-hoc local version control
  157. That looks about right
  158. Enso dead, back to launchy?