Caching isn't always the band-aid you think it is. Here's why.
How you can use iOS Shortcuts for a one-click approach to see time logged towards a Toggl project today.
I think podcasts are great so I've started one of my own (who would have thought). Also all the podcast hosting services suck so I had to build my own (no prises for guessing that one).
We live in an age where a twenty-something from Africa can have an automated process of creating Earth gifs with images from two separate space agencies on different continents. Read that again.
How defining a Minimum Viable Public Product (MVPP) early on in the software development life cycle helps get clean code open sourced faster.
Daily goals are great, tracking them daily not so much. The good news is that if you've already tracked the time in Toggl you don't need to do double the work.
Find out how easy it can be to sync your Fitbit workout data to Toggl projects, you can even set it up to sync automatically without you needing to lift a finger. Best of all is it doesn't cost a thing.
I've been having a lot of fun with ElasticSearch throwing just about anything I can at it. This is the story of how I tried to index Instagram with it (sort of).
Let's make a iOS 12 Shortcut that does exactly one thing: start a predefined Toggl Timer.
Let's get rid of that Episerver license warning message in development shall we.