Let's write a command line tool in Python to record WTF moments during code reviews.
Radar charts are a great way to visually compare sets of numbers. They also help us gain an intuitive understanding of the data structures and pattern matching processes that underpin almost all automated matching, pattern recognition, and machine learning algorithms.
I just ran into an annoying issue with the `name` attribute while using radio buttons with VueJS.
Unlike other front-end frameworks, VueJS does not provide any filters out of the box. Here's what to do if you need to display formatted currency amounts in your Vue project.
The short answer is *don't*. Here's how to use the html2text library to auto-generate plaintext emails.
Here’s a nice one-liner using the Arrow library to advance a Python datetime.date object by one month.
PEP 8 sets out some style guidelines for Python. Rather than commit these to memory, use a linter! Here's how to do it in SublimeText.
This is a timepicker component partly inspired by the Google Calendar timepicker. It allows for flexible time entry by typing or by selecting a time from a dropdown menu. It also works with the AngularJS ng-model and form validation.
Info Dots are a dependency-free UI Component you can use to annotate bits of your web site or web app interface. They appear as small, pulsing anchors that you can attach to practically any DOM Element. Hovering over an info-dot reveals a tooltip.