Harry Wolff

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31 links tagged with programming

Weekly Newsletters

There's a lot of engineering noise that goes on in a week. Way too much to keep track of it all. Sure you could keep your eyes glued to your Twitter stream, or constantly prowl through GitHub, but even then you'd be bound to miss more than a few gems. Yet fear not! There's a…
July 10, 2015
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Essential Atom Packages

Atom is a hackable code editor from the fine folks at GitHub. It's written entirely in JavaScript (specifically CoffeeScript) and runs in a self contained Chromium environment. It's new and young, yet slowly growing in popularity and features. After using Sublime Text for the…
February 25, 2015
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An easy introduction to AngularJS

November 25, 2013
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Blogging on Chartbeat

August 6, 2013
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Upgrading to Sublime Text 3

When Sublime Text 3 was released I groaned along with many others. Why a new version? What are the incompatibilities? But most importantly: Will all my old packages that I know and love still work?? After attempting (and succeeding) in upgrading to ST3 and trying to install all…
May 11, 2013
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Creating A New WordPress Theme

March 20, 2013
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My First App: Jot

February 11, 2013
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My Favorite Sublime Text 2 Plugins aka Packages

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Version 0.3 of HarryWolff WordPress Theme In Use

Well, look what we have here! If you would be so kind as to look around you'll notice that this blog has a new paint of coat. This paint of coat is one that I'm particularly happy with as it's the first WordPress theme I've used for this blog that I created myself. I shouldn…
April 25, 2012
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GitHub Favorites: A Google Chrome Extension

tl;dr: I made a Chrome Extension. Find the source code here . Install it from here . Last weekend I was talking to some coworkers about a glorious idea I had for a website. The basic gist was that it would be a site like Hacker News, but only of links to resources and…
March 29, 2012
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Say Hi To Couplytuna

What is on my mind? What is something I want to write about that I don't usually write about. I could write about the Rails app. I guess it's about time. I haven't written about it yet at all. For all anyone would know I've never ever touched Ruby or Ruby on Rails. That's…
December 22, 2011
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The Difference Between Numbers and Letters

Most of my day is spent working with numbers and equations. That’s a big part of coding. Putting logical expressions into code for the desired outcome. Commonly the desired outcome is a functioning website. What’s a functioning website? It’s a website where you click on a…
October 4, 2011
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Be a Cult Leader (or things I learned at YCNYC)

I attended YC NYC on Monday where I had the fortune to listen to many vastly experienced people speak to a rapt crowd. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian opened the night by welcoming us and thanking everyone for coming. After warming up the crowd Alexis introduced YCombinator…
September 28, 2011
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My Experience with PHP Frameworks - Yii, CodeIgniter, and Symfony

A week ago I started work on a personal web project using PHP as my programming language of choice. This wasn’t a hard decision as I use PHP daily for work and have a great deal of strength in the language. As I set forward to create my web app I knew I wanted to use a prebuilt…
September 26, 2011
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Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

It was about a year ago that I finished work on one of my side projects called The Best & The Worst Project . The concept for the site was simple: people could post their ideas for what was the best of something and what was the worst of something. After I reached my first…
September 13, 2011
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Programming Comedy and Humor

I really crack myself up sometimes when I'm coding. It's kinda sad. When I'm checking to make sure that the value of 'i' is correct I have my program output its value. So before it shows what 'i' is I have my program write to my screen: 'YOUR EYE IS'. It really cracks me up…
July 5, 2011
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Two Matters of The Mind

The mind is a terrible thing to waste. Yet the wasting of one's mind cannot always be prevented. There are only so many hours in a day and attempts to complete all desired tasks are unattainable. I won't dare to state the impossibility of such feats for I am sure those of more…
March 7, 2011
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At Work: Redesign of dLife.com

Redesigning a website is never a light task. Depending on the size and breadth of the existing website it can sometimes be a horribly arduous undertaking. Yet usually redesigns are for the better. Without the pain of change there can be no joy from progress. For the past…
March 1, 2011
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Picplz Widget for WordPress

I am quite excited to announce that I have created and published my first open-source piece of code: an unofficial Picplz Widget for WordPress! You can see it in action right here on my blog! Just look to the right of the page! Since finding Picplz I have immensely enjoyed…
February 10, 2011
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Playing Around With Web Design

I bought the web domain hswolff.com a while back. 'hswolff' is the handle I use across the web. It's not mysterious in any way - simply my first and middle initial and my last name. Until today hswolff.com was a blank page. Today it's a neat background image and a link…
January 7, 2011
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Making A Brain Dump On The Internet

I had an idea the other day to start documenting all the various pieces of information that I've collected over my years of living. The types of information I intend to share are those that I have found aren't common knowledge. The knowledge is more 'special'. As in - it is…

Exploring Git

Was doing some research on git today. I've been using SVN a lot at work and was looking to start using SVN at home for my personal projects but, per a reminder by a co-worker, I set my eyes back to git and have just been doing some reading onto its capabilities and use. I've…
October 28, 2010
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Announcing inipsa llc

I've been playing around with web design and development since I was thirteen years old.  That was when I picked up a copy of HTML & CSS For Dummies .  It was also the time of Geocities and HTML3.01.  So many things have changed since then and I've done my best to change with…
May 25, 2010
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