Programming

A collection of 22 posts

May 30, 2015

Folding lines in Sublime

In one of my projects I am adding a good amount of logging to my code, with the result of getting a lot of distracting lines that end up hiding what is really

May 25, 2015

A tool to generate .gitignore files

For some time I have been using gitignore.io to create the .gitignore file used in my projects. The content in many cases seems to be overkill (because it includes common libraries used

May 25, 2015

Javascript Graphics libraries

I am doing a bit of visualisation for some of my projects, and today I found the site  JavaScript Graphs with links to libraries and a good filtering tool to make your choice

Aug 22, 2014

Upgrade Node

As a note to myself, here are the details about how to upgrade Node in my Mac: sudo npm cache clean -f sudo npm install -g n sudo n stable

Apr 7, 2014

More work on Ngramatic

Past night I took a break and went early to bed (during the weekend I drink less coffee than usual, and probably that has something to do with my sleepiness). But tonight I

Apr 5, 2014

More work for Ngramatic

Today I continued working in Ngramatic’s code instead of a side project. I know that it might not be the best idea, but I really want to see the product moving, and

Apr 2, 2014

Binding mistake

OK, in the end my problem with port forwarding was the binding I was using in my test application. Interesting enough, it is a time now since I was using Vagrant and NodeJS

Mar 30, 2014

Liveish in AWS

A short post today, because I am ready to go to sleep. Putting an hour here and there today, finally the servers are live in Amazon, and doing part of the trick. I

Mar 28, 2014

Getting the product ready

Tonight, instead of being in a side project I am finishing the last few items to get Ngramatic‘s product ready to start demoing. It wasn’t a project as the last previous

Mar 28, 2014

NodeJS meetup

Past night I went to a NodeJS meetup about micro servers and Docker instead of working at home. It was very interesting to see their approach to data distribution. I find it similar