1. carnotaurus:

    Useful for beginners

  2. mybucketz:

    mybucketz #socialmedia feed reader on new #pebble steel with sdk 2.0 #smartwatch #twitter #facebook #tumblr #linkedin


  3. mybucketz mentioned in @InformIT article http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=2170172 “five cool apps for the pebble smartwatch” #pebble #socialmedia aggregator

  4. gympact:

    GymPact has seen the success of our incentive model with exercise, and we are expanding the product to Pact to include incentives for healthy eating! 

    There are now 3 different types of Pacts in one app:

    • Gym pact - The one that started it all! The structure of gym pact has not changed and will be the same in the Pact app.
    • Veggie pact - Make a pact to eat more fruits/veggies. Snap a picture eating your veggies and submit it to be verified by the Pact community.
    • Food logging pact - Make a pact to log your meals with our partner app MyFitnessPal. 

    You can choose to commit to one or all of these pacts for a healthy lifestyle.  Be sure to update your iPhone or Android Pact app.

    Have questions for the Pact team ? We’d love to hear them! Join our twitter party on January 1st at 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST. Follow the handle @PactApp and #pactapp to join in on the action.

  5. mybucketz:

    mybucketz feed reader upgraded to sdk 2.0 ready to hit the new app store!


  6. onethingwell:

    Duo is a dual-paned web browser that lets you browse the web in two views: your standard ‘desktop’ view as well as a typical ‘mobile’ view. By seeing these two views at the same time, you’re able to quickly test and work through multiple screen experiences rather than considering them separately.

    App Store

  7. Passed my final Microsoft certification test this week and I am now an official MCSD in Web Applications. 


  8. mybucketz 2.0 for pebble is coming…


    The mybucketz watch app for pebble and the 2.0 update will be coming soon… you will no longer need httpebble… stay tuned


  9. Great explanation of relative vs absolute positioning in #html http://designshack.net/articles/css/the-lowdown-on-absolute-vs-relative-positioning/


  10. Really cool string library “Fluent Strings” for C# on github… Will really help in parsing some of the files we deal with at work. #dotnet