Posts tagged “User Stories”

Guest Post: Behind the Stack of JavaScript.com

This morning at Code School we released JavaScript.com, a free community resource that serves two purposes: to provide a starting point to learn JavaScript, and to keep JavaScript developers up to date with the latest news, frameworks, and libraries. Since the purpose of JavaScript.com is to teach everyone…

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Building A Better Web With Track:js

In this guest post, co-founder of Track:js Todd H Gardner discusses his experience with transitioning more and more of his company over to DigitalOcean. In case you haven't heard, Track:js is an awesome service for tracking and fixing client-side JavaScript errors. From The Creator We're bootstrapping Track:js,…

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AudioBox: Why We Moved to DigitalOcean

For us, developers and system administrators, the 'Cloud' offers many possibilities in the form of different key services. Nowadays if you need a component for your platform, be it critical (database, hosting) or a commodity one (external queues, free Heroku dynos), there is a cloud service that provides it, and…

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JsFiddle.net Moves to DigitalOcean

If you're a web developer who has even remotely dealt with Javascript, jQuery, Prototype or another framework, you've probably stumbled upon JsFiddle.net at some point. We certainly have. Piotr has put together one of the cleanest and easiest to use interfaces for testing, debugging, and sharing JS code. When…

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