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Windows developers, to stop annoying firewall notifications in 1803 and later: Group Policy Editor - Computer Configuration - Administrative Templates - Windows Components - Windows Security - Notifications - Hide all notifications. A sledgehammer, yes. #YOUREWELCOME

Fynydd @fynydd on 7/1/2019

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SFUMATO version 2 is now available in beta. SFUMATO makes building responsive web apps faster, works with most other dev frameworks, and makes your web app scale/zoom like a PDF. https://sfumato.fynydd.com

Fynydd @fynydd on 6/3/2019

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RT @icodewell: Pro: new Mac Pro is KILLER.
Con: with insane pricing @apple has effectively redefined what a “pro” is. It’s a shame they lef…

Fynydd @fynydd on 6/3/2019

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The Backblaze HDD stats for 2019 are out. As usual, if you're in the market for new hard drive, check this out before buying. https://www.backblaze.com/blog/backblaze-hard-drive-stats-q1-2019/

Fynydd @fynydd on 5/8/2019

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Umbraco 8 was just released. Lots of improvements, and lots of changes. Need help migrating your existing site? Thinking of changing your CMS? Talk to us! https://umbraco.com/blog/introducing-umbraco-8

Fynydd @fynydd on 2/27/2019

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We just released full documentation, samples, and code for our SFUMATO open source project. It helps developers build websites and apps that zoom between breakpoints, like a PDF, using nothing but CSS. Check it out!
https://sfumato.fynydd.com/

Fynydd @fynydd on 1/23/2019

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RT @sqribeapp: The SQribe beta is live! Help us make SQribe great by visiting https://SQribe.app.

Fynydd @fynydd on 1/7/2019

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The SQribe beta is live! Help us make SQribe great at https://sqribe.app.

Fynydd @fynydd on 1/7/2019

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This is big (and very welcome) news:
“Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10”
https://m.windowscentral.com/microsoft-building-chromium-powered-web-browser-windows-10

Fynydd @fynydd on 12/6/2018

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People who type for a living have been slowly and insidiously pushed toward cheap, uncomfortable keyboards due to cost cutting measures or bad new hardware designs. Get a proper keyboard! One great choice is the CODE keyboard with cherry green switches. https://codekeyboards.com

Fynydd @fynydd on 11/22/2018