jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor
A wild mix of snippets that make my life easier.
I’ve got a Util folder where I keep some utilities, most of them are web-development related. I keep it in Dropbox so I can easily update it and get it when and wherever I need it.
Nowadays the browser extensions shape our browsing experience. Here is a (updated) list of extensions I use in Mozilla Firefox.
Microsoft Word happens to be the text editing application of choice for many of my clients. And they would like to post the content to web, so I still find myself in a situation where I need to export a Word document to HTML.
Basic integration of Visual Studio and NUnit is pretty easy to achieve.
I find myself using multiple browsers, but nowadays the browser extensions shape our browsing experience more than a browser. Here is a list of extensions I use in Google Chrome.
This little utility makes life a bit easier shortening the way to perform common tasks. Among other features, it provides a way to associate keyboard shortcuts with a scripted actions.
You can have a look at explained scripts and download the scripts I use every day.