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19 September 2013

Links

  1. This at There

    Very nice list of art / exhibitions on in London, ordered by how soon they close, from It’s Nice That. (via @antimega)

  2. Safari on iOS 7 and HTML5: problems, changes and new APIs | Breaking the Mobile Web

    Very useful look at all the new, improved or broken things in Safari on iOS 7. (via @jamesweiner)

  3. Simple Team Performance Management - iDoneThis

    Seems a nice idea: “Reply to an evening email reminder with what you did that day. The next day, get a digest with what everyone on the team got done.” I like email as an interface to things. (via @dotcode)

Tweets

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    @paulpod @berglondon IT'S THE FUTURE! TAKE IT!

    Islington, England, United Kingdom

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    Big screen GTA V and a pizza with little burgers in the crust. Living the dream at @berglondon this evening.

    Islington, England, United Kingdom

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    @frankieroberto I’ve seen other places do the API key thing, and Stripe.com also do the language switching. All very nice!

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    @frankieroberto @GoCardless Nice, thanks! It can be tricky to describe those processes both concisely and thoroughly.

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    (To clarify I didn’t mean “What are your favourite developer documentation sites while you’re procrastinating”. Your faves at any time!)

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    @phillmv I love the ability to switch (code) languages on there too. Very good.

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    @phillmv Thanks, but I meant more like developer.apple.com or stripe.com/docs … maybe I didn’t explain well!

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    Developers! While you’re procrastinating, what are your favourite developer documentation sites, about using APIs, services, etc? And why?

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    @iamdanw “An obscure organisation of alien plutocrats came to Earth with the best of intentions. But then something strange happened…”

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    @paulpod Work out how much time (money) it takes 3000 people to continually trim their mailboxes.

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    @jamesweiner Really useful, thanks!