So after rediscovering the distraction free editors to write reports, it seemed mad not to use the same environment to update my blog. I really like the fact that the editor only supports plain text and didn’t want to reduce the readability of the plain text by having lots of unneeded markup all over the […]
So many moons ago I was reading about a fullscreen editor for Mac called WriteRoom. The basic premise is that it is a very limited editor that actively aims to block out all distractions from writing. It achieves this by: Running fullscreen (so no desktop distractions) Supporting plain text only (so no styling distractions) No […]
One of the pain points we see on web projects is the divide between client side and back end development. This pain might show itself in a number of ways: Small changes in the HTML cause lots of tests to fail Small changes to visual layout require large changes to the HTML which then causes […]
UPDATE: Jim pointed out that you can access the field via reflecting over the delegate. (See comment) Damn this is a bit like how java does anonymous access to private fields of the parent class. I wonder if you could use this for some nasty security violations as people tend to think local variables are […]
Okay, after 4 years of people asking me, I finally setup a technical blog.