Posted onSeptember 28, 2015
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not many that I could use, but really nice of stripe open sourcing their software.
Jetbrains products becoming subscriotion based… I use webstorm all the time (cheaper than subime text, and does all syntax highlighting, formatting, jumping around functions nicely), but not sure if I like this…
Kind of reminds me of the feeling that I got when Shaw Cable updated logo to the current one…
Too cute for big company? or maybe they are trying to ease the “Coporatey” (is even a word? but you get the idea) feeling.
This time it’s not for .NET, but for Office 365. And yes, it’s a FE Framework.
This is pretty cool, but no support for Linux is not cool (I use Ubuntu at home, I don’t use Photoshop anyway and that’s pretty much only reason why I need use Win/OSX anyway…)
Only thing is, they are supporting LESS instead of SASS. Personally I don’t really mind either, but Bootstrap 4 is moving away from LESS and transitioning to SASS (they supported SASS on Bootstrap 3, but developed in LESS I believe) so this is little interesting how this could affect community…
Ubuntu dominates cloud space, which makes sense since footprint is really small compared to other major GUI based OS (I own all 3 major ones – OS X 10.10, Windows 8.1 (I reverted back from 10…), Ubuntu 15.04)
Goodbye Flash ads, hello HTML5 ads
This is interesting from both perspective as I ride fixed gear bike and also really interested in self driving cars…
I believe “node” is reserved word for terminal in ubuntu, so when you install node through package manager (apt-get) it saves command as “nodejs” not “node” which causes issues with new cli tools installed via npm command since they are looking for “node” command.
You need to symlink it through following command:
ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node
Also, originally npm command require “sudo” to install new packages.
You can avoid this by doing following:
npm config set prefix '~/.npm-packages'
You also need to ad following to ~/.bashrc file