Bootstrap Sass with rem instead of px for Vertical Typographical Rhythm

A huge number of sites use Bootstrap as a css framework these days. Using Bootstrap is even easier with the bootstrap-sass package, which uses SASS to allow developers to customize nearly every aspect of the framework. Unfortunately, the current version doesn’t support units other than pixels (px), so using percent, ems, or rems isn’t easy. […]

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Managing Data with Unix Tools

Most Unix systems (including OS X) provide a large number of fantastic tools for manipulating data right out of the box.  If you have been writing small Python/Ruby/Node scripts to perform transformations or just to manage your data, you’ll probably find that there are already tools written to do what you want. Let me start […]

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Unix Tools

Most Unix systems (including OS X) provide a large number of fantastic tools for manipulating data right out of the box.  If you have been writing small Python/Ruby/Node scripts to perform transformations or just to manage your data, you’ll probably find that there are already tools written to do what you want. Let me start […]

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Bash Basics

Most Unix systems (including OS X) provide a large number of fantastic tools for manipulating data right out of the box.  If you have been writing small Python/Ruby/Node scripts to perform transformations or just to manage your data, you’ll probably find that there are already tools written to do what you want. Let me start […]

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Programming Books

I’ve started a list of books to improve help programmers improve their craft.  It’s also grown to include topics on management, design, business, and philosophy.  Have a look!

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