Hugo 0.19 Released: Native Emacs Org-mode Support and Lots of Improvement!

More than 180 contributions by 50 contributors in two months is impressive. The new Hugo 0.19 has plenty of fixes, enhancements and new features.

MacBook Wi-Fi Dropout Band-Aid

11Read on for a band-aid solution to the recurring MacBook Wi-Fi dropout problem.

Hugo 0.18 Released: Everything Now a Page, and Twice as Fast!

A nice Christmas present: We released Hugo 0.18 today – the very popular static website generator written in Go! Loaded with new and exiting features – and with dramatically improved performance!

Instasnaps from London

I use my Pentax K3 II DSLR frequently on Instagram

Unsafe Go Strings

Go is the Ferrari of programming languages. But there are occasional friction that may lure you into unsafe terrain.

Write

React Components

in Go

Go React is React bindings for Go with a set of supplementary components.

Pragmatic and Effective Testing in Go

Stub at the lowest practical level, if at all, and do not bend tests into unit tests when running the entire flow is simple and blistering fast.

Abstract ReactJS components

If you look for a clean and simple alternative to mixins for ReactiveJS ES6 components, read this.

Nike Refuses
to Accept the International System of Units

Buying Nike sneakers online is almost impossible if you’re not into Nike’s weird metrics where a centimetre isn’t a centimetre.

Minify before you uglify, you stupid!

“You’ll have to ng-minify the code before you uglify it, you stupid git!”

– I have to make it smaller before I make it uglier?

The shoeshiners
of open source

The coders of Open Source often do a second shining of their code – and when they do they mark their commit with the word “polish”.

And by “polish” they don’t mean a person from Poland, but: I am not changing any functionality with this commit, but make the code better, prettier, more extensible, less DRY