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Egor Homakov shows how to exploit an in-browser cryptography in all current browsers.
Robert Pankowecki talks about the benefits of working with legacy application and that you should not always chase the new greenfield projects.
The WYSIWYG editor from basecamp is open source and free to use.
Nate Berkopec dives into another performance optimization article focused on web performance by hacking your head section.
Excellent tips and tricks on how to be more efficient in website debugging with Google Chrome dev tools.
Awesome CLI client for http communication that is much nicer to use than curl by Radek Pazdera.
The month of the side projects starts on the 1st of November and it's a brilliant way how to connect with people and keep youraelf motivated to finish it.
Nice tool for creting epub ebooks from markdown
Ruby will get a C# like operator for work with nullable types.
Tobias measures the performance effect of using dynamic programming in the real world ruby project.
Starr Horne shows how to use ruby refinements and lexical scoping.