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Launching my Patreon page

In June, I launched IWantTo.Support , a website dedicated to displaying people and projects that you can support. Not just by helping them, but also financially. For a long time I've been thinking about this. While …

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Migrating Octopress to Sculpin

Just over a week ago I wanted to publish my previous blogpost , only to find out that the Gist plugin I was using for the code samples didn't work anymore. Some research showed me that the something changed in the way…

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Creating a Bolt theme from a template

A friend recently asked me if I could make a simple website for the new radiostation he was joining as a DJ. My usual job is big applications and web projects, so (while this may sound weird) a simple website is actu…

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Transform your daily standup

So you’re a developer. Of course you’re doing SCRUM. Every sprint starts with a planning and ends with a review or demo. There’s a retrospective, some refinement sessions, and of course, your standup (or daily SC…

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JavaScript thinks January is labeled 0

Today I learned that, contrary to some other programming languages I’m used to, JavaScript uses the number 0 to represent the month January, when working with dates. You probably already know that, but maybe this…

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PHP NorthWest 2015

As you may not have noticed already, I have been accepted to do the closing keynote at the fantastic PHP NorthWest 2015 conference . I am really happy to have been accepted, as this keynote is a personal message from …

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PHP NorthWest 2015

As you may not have noticed already, I have been accepted to do the closing keynote at the fantastic PHP NorthWest 2015 conference . I am really happy to have been accepted, as this keynote is a personal message from …

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WeCamp Day 5

I still owe you one day, so here it is. This blogpost came a bit late because as day 5 ended we still needed to get the island back into its regular state, get speakers back to the airport etc. Enough excuses… here…

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