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QuickLinks vom 02. Mai bis zum 17. Mai

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 02. Mai bis zum 17. Mai:

  • pysprinklers - the PySprinklers project is a homebrew intelligent sprinkler system designed to conserve water by not running the sprinklers if it had rained.
  • musicForProgramming(); - A series of mixes intended for listening while programming to aid concentration and increase productivity (also compatible with other activities).
  • stringer - A [work-in-progress] self-hosted, anti-social RSS reader. Stringer has no external dependencies, no social recommendations/sharing, and no fancy machine learning algorithms. But it does have keyboard shortcuts (hit ? from within the app) and was made with love! When BIG_FREE_READER shuts down, your instance of Stringer will still be kicking.
  • ToDoFlow - provides an API for interacting with todo lists in plain text files with taskpaperlike format with powerful query syntax. It provides functions to modify lists and to convert them to markdown, html and XML used in Alfred2 workflow.
  • fasd - (pronounced similar to “fast”) is a command-line productivity booster. Fasd offers quick access to files and directories for POSIX shells. It is inspired by tools like autojump, z and v. Fasd keeps track of files and directories you have accessed, so that you can quickly reference them in the command line.
  • pro - is a command to wrangle your git repositories. It includes features like instantly cd’ing to your git repos and getting a status overview, and running an arbitrary command in every git repo.
  • entr - The Event Notify Test Runner is a general-purpose UNIX utility intended to make rapid feedback and automated testing natural and completely ordinary.
  • VisualAck - is like grep (or ack), except faster and with UI. For Mac.
  • Palua - quickly switch the mode of your Function Keys on any Mac keyboard by Hotkey or based on active Application.
  • Light Table - is a new interactive IDE that lets you modify running programs and embed anything from websites to games. It provides the real time feedback we need to not only answer questions about our code, but to understand how our programs really work.

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