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Exploring Innovation & Inventing With Falk Wolsky

On Episode 109 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Chief Innovation Officer Falk Wolsky, about innovation and inventing!

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Copy Codes from Websites Easily with SnappySnippet

As a web developer, we may occasionally find some inspiring elements on a website that makes you wonder how did they build that thing. Then, you’d think about getting a copy of that code. Chrome Devtools as well as Firebug of Firefox has actually shipped with the feature that makes it easy for us to copy HTML and CSS off a website. However, these tools work to copy only HTML or CSS; you can’t use these tools to copy the CSS related to the HTML element you selected. For example, let’s say you are selecting an HTML element containing a couple of child elements, as follows…

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Copy Codes from Websites Easily with SnappySnippet

Meet Sher.ly, the ambitious ‘cloud’ startup that plans to destroy sync

With two cofounders, three developers, and less than $1 million in seed funding, Sher.ly intends to bypass one of the most frustrating, ubiquitous parts of cloud storage: syncing. To accomplish that goal, Sher.ly has abandoned the cloud altogether. It sounds backwards for a cloud startup, but Sher.ly is not just local storage, explained Sher.ly chief Blazej Marciniak. The startup makes software that links devices together, enabling access to all of your files from any connected device without actually moving your data anywhere. Syncing sucks, said Marciniak in a conversation with VentureBeat. 90% of sync data is a waste of traffic and bandwidth, because you move around data you don’t really need – so we came up with a …

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Meet Sher.ly, the ambitious ‘cloud’ startup that plans to destroy sync

How Docker used open-source ideals and excellent timing to become a cloud darling

Ben Golub isn’t surprised that his startup Docker’s take on container technology has caused this much of a buzz throughout the tech industry; it just happened a whole lot sooner than he thought. Before the printing press nobody wrote because it was a pain to produce content, said Golub, CEO of the four-year-old company. I think Docker in a smaller way is enabling developers to be able to put all their energy into creating amazing applications, rather than worrying about the minutiae of how they are going to run and how they are going to scale and it is a beautiful thing.

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How Docker used open-source ideals and excellent timing to become a cloud darling

From Gmail to Fastmail

Email is crucial to me, I can’t even remember the last day I didn’t check my inbox. It’s my preferred channel for communicating and interacting with other people “electronically”. Like many developers I also use emails to keep track of the activity of all the projects I contribute to. I also receive all sorts of emails from machines, sometime server alerts or even from my Arduino powered home automation. Finding a good email provider is a hard task. You need a company you can trust to receive, manage and deliver all your emails especially when you have more than 80k+ emails in total (like I do). In this article I’m going to do a quick overview of the reasons I chose Fastmail …

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From Gmail to Fastmail

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