Use CoffeeScript to Write Config Files

One cool thing about CoffeeScript is that its succinct and expressive syntax is perfect for writing config files. When I was finalizing package management in muffin.io today (I will talk about muffin’s package management

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Instantiate a JavaScript Object from the Class Name String

When I was cleaning up muffin/Logger tonight, I needed a way to instantiate a JavaScript object from the class name string. This kind of dynamic object creation is usually well supported in other languages, for example,

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A Super Simple CoffeeScript/JavaScript Logger

I just cleaned up muffin/Logger and made it more usable outside of muffin. This is a super simple logger I wrote while working in my last job. It is now cleaned up and ready for general use. The logger is written in just

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Partial Response in RESTful API Design

The idea of using partial response in RESTful API design has been around for quite some time. Google introduced partial response and partial update support in Google Data APIs in 2010. LinkedIn implemented similar ideas

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The Natural Rhythm of Time

The biggest paradox in time management is that it doesn’t give you more time —- no matter how good you are at this game, you have no more hours in a day than anyone else. Of course, the real goal of the game is to get mo

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