I’ve recently been playing with the grunt-amdcheck plugin to remove unused dependencies from AMD modules. It’s common for define statements in an AMD project to accumulate unused dependencies over time as developers refactor, and it’s a good idea to clean those up from time to time as unused dependencies can: Make it harder to maintain […]
Last month I challenged myself to try make at least one contribution a day to GitHub for 30 days straight, and as a result I’ve been able to make long overdue updates to all of my existing repositories as well as make meaningful contributions to other peoples’ open source projects. Some of the things I […]
Thanks to a suggestion Paul Boag made on his boagworld podcast, I’ve been listening to and enjoying very much the podcast of the d.construct 2006 conference. The presenters cover some great real-world examples of how people are using API’s like those from Amazon.com, Flickr, and del.ico.us.
Useful resources on what should be in your robots.txt file.