This is long overdue. Also, it should serve as a context for my slides from jQuery Conference, San Francisco 2010 (use the up and down arrow keys to navigate). Whether or not you’ve read the WHATWG Web Worker spec and are looking for more information about Javascript multi threading OR you already have a rudimentary […]

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Today, keyboard navigation went live on the new jQuery documentation site: api.jquery.com. Rick worked really hard on getting the interaction just right, and we think this makes using the documentation a faster and easier experience . We hope that this feature improves developers’ interaction with the documentation. We recently had the opportunity to work with […]

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After a recent foreign top level domain registration binge aimed at some fun domain hacks, I got sick of spending money on foreign  TLDs, and started getting creative with subdomain hacks. TLD hacks are fun, but feel a little less natural to me, and certainly don’t tend to read as well; my eyes tend to stop at […]

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Ever wonder how many files or lines of code are sitting in your project? Hop on the command line and run the following find commands in your bash Find the number of files in the current directory (runs recursively down into all subdirectories): find . | wc -l Find how many lines of code are […]

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Yesterday, I was introduced to Javascript Web Workers during a bad-ass FireBug console hack-session with Al MacDonald (http://hyper-metrix.com). I have to say… this is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a very long time… Workers are currently available in FireFox 3.5, Safari 4 and (according to John Resig) the Chromium Nightlies. I’d like to consider […]

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