Marty McGuire

Posts Tagged web

Wed Jun 26

Come help build the tools that let Adafruit’s teams plan, build, sell, and ship open source hardware.

The Adafruit web team is hiring!

post from JOB! Full time web developer – Adafruit NYC! @adafruit #PHP
Full time web developer – Adafruit NYC!.Adafruit Industries is looking for a full time Internal Web Developer to work at Adafruit Headquarters in SoHo, New York City.
Thu May 2

Sometimes you boop the snoot, and sometimes the snoot boops you.


Thu Feb 28
πŸ”– Bookmarked Out of the Clouds and into the weeds: Cloudflare’s approach to abuse in new products

“We believe the building blocks that we provide for other people to share and access content online should be provided in a content-neutral way. We also believe that our users should understand the policies we have in place to address complaints and law enforcement requests, the type of requests we receive, and the way we respond to those requests.”

Fri Dec 21
πŸ”– Bookmarked Researching a Property in the CSS Specifications β—† 24 ways
Wed May 30
πŸ”– Bookmarked Self-hosting maps: taking control over UX and users’ privacy // Sebastian Greger

“the design driver for this exercise was to create a solution that allows to embed an (interactive) map where the browser only contacts a third party after informing the user beforehand or – even better – not at all.”

Wonderful post by Sebastian Greger, and right up my alley. I look forward to trying this out with the checkin posts on my site!

Wed May 23
πŸ“• Finished reading SVG Animations by Sarah Drasner

Feeling pretty empowered by understanding more of the nuts-and-bolts of working with SVGs. Inspires me to work on improving my design skills and sensibilities.

Tue May 15
πŸ“• Finished reading Going Offline by Jeremy Keith

A great intro to the power of service workers, a great collection of resources for learning more, and a great inspiration for improving the things I build on the web!

Thu Dec 28
πŸ“• Finished reading Animation at Work by Rachel Nabors
Sun Dec 17
πŸ“• Finished reading The New CSS Layout by Rachel Andrew
Tue Oct 17
πŸ”– Bookmarked Social Media Systems and Democracy | Vi Hart

“In practice, inspiring and satisfying pieces of content are dead ends for user actions. Thoughtful pieces of content that take twenty minutes to read get one vote in the time it takes for pretty pictures and amusing memes to get dozens.”