Ok, you can't have my job, but one on my team. We currently have 3 open frontend development positions (junior to senior). In this post I'll outline my life at Deutsche Telekom to give you an impression of what working here is like.
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On July 7th 2011 I published my first "serious" jQuery plugin - a context menu manager. Today, 4 years later, I'm waving good bye and wishing it the best of luck on its upcoming journey with its new maintainers from swis.nl.
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Let's assume you're in a situation where you have to show a physical object during a presentation to 20 or more people. The current default is showing a static picture of the thing on the projector and possibly holding up the real thing so the first few rows of the audience might get a glimpse. What if I told you there's a better way?
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It's become a custom amongst web developers to write »you may not need $insert_tool« posts. Continuing with that tradition, here's my stab at why you might not need localtunnel.me and ngrok.com.
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Running a couple of scripts in a row is no problem for Bash, but running them in parallel is more tricky. It gets even more ridiculous when on script needs to reach a certain state before another can start. This post illustrates how I solved this work using AppleScript.
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