The next episode

And it’s official: I’ve joined Coinbase full-time in sunny San Francisco. It’s been a hell of a ride so far, we’ve started many companies and projects — from OdpiralniCasi with David to joining Y Combinator and founding DoubleRecall and Dubjoy w...

over 3 years ago on break the beat

The next episode

And it’s official: I’ve joined Coinbase full-time in sunny San Francisco. It’s been a hell of a ride so far, we’ve started many companies and projects — from OdpiralniCasi with David to joining Y Combinator and founding DoubleRecall and Dubjoy w...

over 3 years ago on break the bit

Up your security on Amazon AWS

If you make use of Amazon’s cloud infrastructure, you should take several security measures to ensure you’re not having company managing your data and servers. Two-factor authentication If you don’t know what two-factor authentication is, it’s simply...

almost 4 years ago on break the bit

Real-time tech support with Olark

Outline Introduction Required capabilities Olark Anatomy of the integration Real-time feedback and help Log forwarding and error reporting How do we do it? ...

almost 4 years ago on break the bit

Cooking Pho

It was in Jersey City, NJ that I first discovered Vietnamese food. And not the soups, but the other stuff like spring rolls and garlic beef with vermicelli. But after a couple of visits at Pho Thanh Hoai it dawned on me that everybody was actually eat...

almost 4 years ago on break the beat

Bonobo Live in London

As a special birthday gift for @particija we went up to London for a fun weekend. Stayed with some good friends in the hipsterish borough of Hackney and everything culminated in this very awesome performance by Mr. Green & Co. on Nov 23rd. Since...

almost 4 years ago on break the beat

Bariol Light

One of my favourite typographies is Bariol in its light variant. It can be purchased with a name-your-price system for as low as $3. Go get it now!

almost 4 years ago on break the beat

Simplest web server with one line of Ruby

Today when developing some more client-side code for Dubjoy I again had the need of quickly loading a HTML file through a web server. I was more than delighted to stumble upon this post. It describes a Ruby one-liner that launches a thin web server th...

over 4 years ago on break the bit

How to record audio in Chrome with native HTML5 APIs

Original post on our codeartists team blog: Two weeks ago a new version of Chrome was released. Google switched from the default Adobe’s Flash Player to an in-house developed version called “Pepper Flash”. Unfortunately Pepper Flash has a problem with...

about 5 years ago on break the bit

Simple

As much as I love tethering to a big screen like the 27” Cinema Display, there is just something magical in this minimal and light setup. I guess fine-crafted aluminum machines sit on massive wooden tables like both were made for one another. It ...

about 5 years ago on break the beat

Spine.js vs Backbone.js

Differences and similarities explained nicely by hjortureh: Spine and Backbone are two Javascript MVC frameworks that look very similar on the surface but under the hood there are key differences. The purpose of this article is to highlight thes...

over 5 years ago on break the bit