Sketch is a decent vector drawing program for mac and windows, but it has a pretty BS licensing policy that says any individual must buy a separate license for every computer he or she owns (check here if you don't believe me). Once I discovered that I said to myself, "yeah, fuck that" and proceeded to look for another vector drawing application. However, I found this nifty little github repo containing an application that will run Sketch as if it's been licensed! 😈
I was looking for a nice twitter bird outline today, and someone commented with a link to this great site that allows you to search for glyphicons: http://glyphsearch.com/. I had stumbled across this site before and forgot about it so I'm writing this blog post to help burn it into my memory. ;)
I found myself working at a place where they didn't appreciate unit testing. Worse, there were developers there who didn't even know what unit testing was! It can be very intimidating for people who are new to unit testing regardless of how much general software development they've had in the past. These days I find myself working with mostly AngularJS developers. I wanted to boil it down to something people could latch onto. A phrase that describe's (no pun intended) exactly what a spec.js file is. And so I cam up with this quote:
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