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Jamie Wilson

Jamie Wilson

Design/Development @ Twilio. Joined over 5 years ago via an invitation from Jason J. Jamie has invited Ryan Duffy

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  • Posted to What to Listen While Designing ?, May 30, 2017

    Brain.fm is awesome. From the landing page:

    The most advanced AI music composer on the planet Invented to have the brain of a neuroscientist and the heart of a musician. Our AI (or extended human intelligence) creates all the music in brain.fm.

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  • Posted to Simulating Website Thumbnails using Iframes, in reply to James Futhey , Jan 18, 2016

    Thanks for putting this together!

    I've explored this approach in the past but abandoned it as it wasn't a good fit for the type of project I was working on. But it's a really cool technique for a case where there are limited numbers of "thumbnails". Especially for a site like Codepen with a very light footprint for each "Picked Pen".

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What language should I learn?, Jan 12, 2016

    If you already have a good understanding JavaScript and jQuery, you should try Meteor—I absolutely love it. You'll be dealing with a code style and similar abstractions to those found in jQuery, so it will be very familiar to you. Meteor is an isomorphic platform for creating apps entirely with javascript (which basically means that it runs javascript in the browser and on the server). This makes creating production-ready apps so much simpler.

    Meteor bundles up so much awesome stuff (but still leaves you with the option to switch out packages for others, like if you want to use React instead of the defualt Blaze templating engine, it's super easy) that going back to a more piece-meal stack (like the one in this tutorial) seems like such a headache.

    I can't recommend these two online courses enough. They are awesome: Your First Meteor ApplicationDiscover Meteor

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  • Posted to Corpus: A collection of CSS things, in reply to Max Schultz , Oct 06, 2015

    Thanks Max! Let me know if you have any feedback.

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  • Posted to Corpus: A collection of CSS things, in reply to David Darnes , Oct 01, 2015

    Thanks. Please do!

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  • Posted to Corpus: A collection of CSS things, in reply to Veerle Pieters , Oct 01, 2015

    Ah. you found it. Those links are fixed now!

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  • Posted to Corpus: A collection of CSS things, in reply to Michael Mckeever , Oct 01, 2015

    I kinda figured this wouldn't get shared yet, so I left it off. But there's a download button now.

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  • Posted to Corpus: A collection of CSS things, in reply to Eugene Ross , Oct 01, 2015

    Thanks Eugene! Still a work in progress. let me know if you think something should be added.

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