"Yesterbox" is a clever system for managing email that involves hiding today's new email. Turns out that's trivial to implement in emacs.
Are promotion criteria really the only way to build good practice?
The SC Test competition invited proposals for better testing tools.
I can't believe it's taken this long to create tools that allow simultaneous editing of markdown documents, but they're finally here.
For the SC Track competition entrants were asked to design a better bug-tracker.
The SC Config category asked competitors to make it easy to make software that runs on any platform. How did they get on?
Still letting your text editor break lines for you at 80 characters? Take back control!
Entrants to the SC Build category were invited to create a replacement for the venerable make tool. How did they do?
Before @softwarecarpentry, there was Software Carpentry. What happened to it?
In which I continue to avoid actually writing by moving to a new static site generator