Recently my organization started to use Trello to track our projects. We already had many tools to help manage our ongoing/planned projects and related issues. We even developed several tools ourselves to do various jobs such as time tracking, request queue processing, etc. I was a little resistent when they let me put my projects… Continue reading Trello – Great Collaboration and Project Mangement Tool
We have a test environment with real user data, and during testing, the servers may send emails to these real users. But we definitely don’t want our users to receive those test emails, since they’ll be totally confused and get a bad feeling about our service. Yet we want the emails sent to our company’s… Continue reading Postfix – Only Allow Whitelisted Recipient Domains
To the left is a screenshot I took when Evernote Mac client was upgrading itself. Quite stupid isn’t it? It also bothers me that searching is not so convenient. I don’t know if developers of this software actually use it or not. When I need to search for something, I need to use mouse to… Continue reading Evernote Mac Needs Improvements
Initially I wanted to buy a WiFi-only Kindle, but a friend encouraged me to buy the 3G version – why not spend $50 for life-time free 3G? It seemed so attractive, that I was convinced by him and chose the 3G version. A year has passed since I got the 3G Kindle. How often did… Continue reading I Don’t Need 3G on Kindle
Note – Just skip to the end of this article if you’re eager to find out the reason. Yesterday I found that Django even had a special field SlugField for post slugs. I’m just starting with Django so there’s a lot I don’t know yet. It’s cool that they also designed a “prepopulated_fields” property in… Continue reading Django prepopulated_fields not working?
Greasemonkey was initially only a Firefox extention but due to its popularity it’s quickly adopted by major browsers. Since Opera takes a very small market share, here on the topic of cross browser user scripts, I’m only going to talk about Chrome and Firefox. As for Internet Explorer, I just don’t like it. Now Chrome… Continue reading Writing Greasemonkey User Scripts for Firefox and Chrome