- Wordpress on .NET, really: The Peachpie project has matured enough to be able to run real complex PHP project under the .NET runtime. This is worth a look even if you don’t use .NET. Amazing work.
- New Raspberry Pi Zero, now with Wifi and BT: There is a new Zero on the block and it will make your connected IoT projects much easier. Check it out.
- Lets Compile Like is 1992: In which Fabien Sanglard compiles Wolfstein 3D from the open source release using Borland C++ and DOSBox.
- tiny self-compiling C compiler, a tiny self-executing MIPS emulator, and a tiny self-hosting MIPS hypervisor: yes, thats it, a little C compiler that is self hosted, and both an emulator and hypervisor for MIPS. There is a bonus microkernel in it too.
- Terminais São Sexy: Uma lista de recursos para terminais, de apps até bibliotecas e frameworks (disponível também via github repo.
- Duo, um novo gerenciador de pacotes para front-end: Idéias bacanas em um novo gerenciador de pacotes para desenvolvedores web.
- Slap, um editor para terminal tipo o Sublime: Um editor de texto muito bem feito para terminal, inspirado no Sublime.
- SpaceVim, uma distribuição comunitária do Vim: Inspirado no spacemacs, essa distribuição do Vim tem uma porção de funcionalidades e é bem bonita.
Esse video do mpj sobre como ele se mantem produtivo contém uma técnica simples e efetiva!
Você é um maker? Então veja essa lista incrível de recursos para eletrônica!
Awesome Electronics by Monostable
Are you a developer wondering about creating a product? This blog post has 9 ideas of products you could (and should) make!
Check out 9 Perfect Products for Devs by Amy Roy
Será que isso é “complexo” de verdade? Ou nós que estamos “complicando”?
Gave a talk on potential new interfaces and devices for JS developers at Intercon 2016 which is a large conference here in Brazil with about 1500 attendees.
I gave a talk at the event about Game Development with PhaserJS
Gave both a talk and a workshop about doing IoT with Tessel 2 and JS. Best. Event. Ever.
I had a catastrophic failure in my slide software during that talk. Both Firefox and Chrome failed. I got a bit scared and in my opinion couldn’t recover well. Still, the workshop on the next day was great.
This post covers my thoughts on our BrazilJS booth experience. Our booth is always one of the most popular ones at BrazilJS, not only because it has free coffee but also because it has a really engaging team and activities, in this brief post I will list some of the sucessful actions that the community team present at the event took that could be replicated elsewhere.
What is your dream for the Web?
Our booth rear (and only) wall was made of glass panes that formed the Firefox logo. Juliana from the Altos Eventos crew had an idea to bring bright permanent markers and decorate the glass. This idea evolved into an call to action for the conference attendees: “What is your dream for the Web?”.
This call to action was spread on our social networks and also word of mouth as attendees visited our booth. It was pretty sucessful and in the end we had a very livelly wall with different languages and messages. This action brought attendees and Mozilla together in their shared dreams for the Web. I believe this should be replicated in community oriented events as it brings a playful tone to otherwise boring corporate booths.