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Remy Sharp
Works at Left Logic (owner)
Attended Kingston University, England
Lives in Brighton, UK
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Gravity: the 1 minute version, from beginning to end. via +Seb Lee-Delisle 
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I wrote about nodemon 1.0 release (not only for #nodejs!): http://remysharp.com/2014/01/20/nodemon-1-0/

Talks about the refactor, new features and how to extend on top of nodemon.
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Great work! Used nodemon since ages ;)

Will try the 1.0. tomorrow!
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A git workflow question.

I have two branches (forked from the same point off master): feature/one and feature/two.

Both have been merged into master, and subsequent changes have been made to master.

Now I want to make more changes to feature/two, but I want my new changes to include the latest version of master.

This is what I do, but I'm not sure it's right:

$ git checkout feature/two
$ git rebase master
$ git pull origin master

Now I have all the changes, but I just merged in from master, and when I merge those changes back into master (once I'm done), I'm worried I'll get an insane tree like this again: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bdx0H_DIAAA1dGA.png:large

Is this workflow wrong, should I just create a new branch or something magically and otherwise?
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Stop using rebase and you will stop generating divergent history (which is what does this)
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My 2013 review - both work and personal, but mostly where I talk about myself lots and show how I dropped from 30% body fat to 19% - oh and announce the rather exciting news for the Sharps in 2014.
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Congrads your health efforts really relate to me.
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Neato.
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Yah man I definitely thought it was pretty damn cool
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I've been sitting on a post for almost 3 months now, because I got so angry that ex-speakers at events I've run were being asked to speak at other events, but none of their travel or accommodation was being covered. They were paying to speak at an event.

And frankly that's not cool. After letting it sit for the last few months, I decided it was still worth the light of day, so here it is:

http://remysharp.com/2014/03/07/youre-paying-to-speak/
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+Remy Sharp yup, makes sense. I just saw the mention of paying, and thought I'd mention this. Even many visa holders sadly don't know the rules and get caught out.
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The complete video from Side View (the mini event that complimented Full Frontal last year) - 6 talks, 20-30 minutes each: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXmT1r4krsToVklvuAMvfqrYqhnmH6V93
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I wrote a short thought on The Pastry Box Project explaining how I'd approach something like a new years resolution, or starting a new habit or project: cheat. Always cheat, and you'll always succeed!
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Been building this little #arduino  project for a while (I prototyped it over a couple of weekends, and these last two days - an hour stolen here and there - was able to finish it up): a simple toy with buttons, LED and dial that beep when pressed, and particular sequences play predefined melodies.

When I gave it to him for the first time, I couldn't get it back off him, so I'd consider that a success, though due to the rather shoddy build nature, I'm expecting that if it's dropped or shaken too hard (yes, he's already been shaking pretty hard!) it might dislodge something and it'll break quickly!

Still, pretty chuffed that I was able to build such a silly toy.
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It’s wicked Remy. My son of a similar age is obsessed with the stereo, dishwasher and washing machine dials, buttons and switches. Have been meaning to fashion together a play-station of old bits and bobs to keep him occupied. Determined to find some time this year to drop into Build Brighton to get a primer on such hardware hacking. Inspiring!
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I ran a jsbin competition for people to recreate mathematical animated gifs. It was only until the 3rd entry that Ana Tudor sent me, that I realised hers were entirely in CSS. So obviously I had to have her speak at my JavaScript conference, Full Frontal.

Enjoy maths & CSS!

http://youtu.be/GeBM8qaJXCE
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+Yair Even Or some insight here: http://remysharp.com/2009/04/20/full-frontal-javascript-conference/#why and here: http://tech.pro/blog/1322/q--a-with-remy-sharp

First couple are a lot of hard work. Now we're in our 6th year it comes easier. The most stressful bit for me is getting sponsorship - I'm a programmer and not a salesman, so it doesn't come naturally at all.
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Builder of Sites of the Web
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javascript
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  • Left Logic (owner)
    Builder of Sites of the Web, present
  • Digital Look Ltd.
    1999 - 2008
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Brighton, UK
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Worthing (yikes) - Kingston Upon Thames, Surbiton, Whistler Canada
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JavaScript squirrel on crack
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Crazy about JavaScript, HTML & CSS as a squirrel is about his nuts during the winter.
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Wrote a book. Been with my wife since 1996. Have children that mean the world to me.
Education
  • Kingston University, England
    Computer Information Systems Design, 1997
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September 13
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