Everyone loves GitHub but the CLI can be a little intimating for newcomers. A couple of days ago GitHub released a client for OS X. The setup walks you through the process of creating a GitHub account (if you don't have one), uploading repositories and provides a slick little interface
The Force.com Utility Belt is a Google Chrome Extension that I wrote to make my life easier. While developing on the Force.com platform I consistently need access to Salesforce documents, message boards, code snippets, etc. and opening PDFs, searching documentation and looking up Visualforce component signatures becomes tedious.
Just received a tweet from Ryan Marples about a new video he posted last week. The video is targeted for .NET developers but it is applicable to anyone that wants to better understand the advantages of cloud computing from a technical perspective. Very informative and very well done.
I've been messing around with Groovy for a few months and am beginning to really like it's structure and syntax. If you haven't looked at Groovy yet, here's a good article on why you should.
The ASP.NET MVC RC is now available and I am so excited that I can hardly stand it! At work we do alot of .NET development but I cannot stand the ViewState and Postback paradigm. I'm been tinkering around with with ASP.NET MVC for quite awhile and have