Be nice. Or else.
Mine was an observation based on the comments I see.
I'm also making a statement based on my own experience of pre/post having kids.
What I've learnt about DN users:
Not many of you have kids...
Mornings aren't quite so free with kids!
Just a small tip, but take comfort in the fact that within 5 minutes of your talk beginning, most (if not all) of those pre-talk nerves will be washed away. And also, try not to speak as fast as your mind is racing, else your 30 minute content will be over in ~17 minutes...
Source: I'm a bag of nerves with public speaking
As a person who's built a bunch of stuff over the years, and now spending all of your time on Plasso, are you still hit with smaller ideas for app/services? Would you still pursue them (build/release) for your own enjoyment/experimentation, or will you push them aside to remain focussed on Plasso?
Hey all, author of the plugin here. Some updates:
It's now 90% faster. I resize the image on the Canvas to 10% of it's original size before reading the pixel data, therefore reducing the size of the array I need to process.
It now also works in FF and Safari (as well as Chrome) due to overall improvements on the way I create the gradients.
Thanks for all the feedback, it's been a fun plugin to build!
Thanks for your feedback!
There's no reason at all why you can't use this setup with Jekyll. The set it up like I had it, then when Jekyll detects the file changes (from Sass or Browserify, etc) then it'll compile your site into the
_site folder! I find the beauty of this minimal setup is that it's project-agnostic and flexible...
Thought you guys on here may enjoy this. Especially if you're used to using Grunt/Gulp and interested in an alternative, cleaner (IMO) workflow...
If anyone's got any specific questions that I've not covered on the site, then do let me know!
Be nice. Or else.
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