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  1. Useful concept on how to document architecture decisions in software projects.
  2. A GitHub clone built in go that you run offline, 100% free & open source.
  3. This probably contains the logic necessary to implement mailgate. Maybe, but maybe not.
  4. Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
  5. Pretty slick looking tunnels to localhost, seems to log the requests so they can be replayed, etc. More feature rich than localtunnel, but requires some weird install / download, has a paid version, and probably isn't open source.
  6. Genius. Npm install it `npm install -g localtunnel` then run `lt --port 8080` and it spits out an HTTPS url which will forward to localhost:8080. Free and incredibly useful.
  7. Brilliant app that draws a border on the active window in OSX. Fabulous for keeping track of which window is currently active.
  8. Quick and easy docker wrapper for cassandra, supports single cluster.
  9. This provided the extra info to get NFS working from OSX host to Ubuntu guest.
  10. This got me started sharing filesystems over NFS from an OSX host to an Ubuntu guest.
  11. Salt is a little like Ansible I guess, new alternative to puppet|chef, neat, built on python, open source.
  12. Ansible looks like a newer, simpler puppet|chef. Uses ssh by default, which is pretty neat, well suited to things like ec2, getting machines up from the ground up. Python. Smart. Free.
  13. How to split out a subdirectory of a git repository into its own branch, and then pull that into another repo. `git subtree split -P path/to/subdir -b new_branch` then `git pull /path/to/old new_branch`. Genius.
  14. An offline-first, no-backend framework for building web apps. Has some similarities to meteor, but is more about removing the need for a backend.
  15. Alternative to bootstrap, includes more widgets apparently.
  16. Very simple linux OS that can be used in containers (for example with docker) to facilitate simplified / consistent deployments, I think.
  17. Package any app as a lightweight container. Comparable to the shipping container, the idea is that containers all behave the same, apps within them do whatever they want, standardisation is achieved.
  18. CouchDB in the browser. Uses a variety of backends. Simple key / value store. Elegant.
  19. An open source equivalent to Google's BigTable.
  20. Commit to monthly donations to support developers who make cool shit. Potentially awesome.
  21. Put a bounty on any GitHub issue, either pledging, or collecting.
  22. Awesome report card generated from public GitHub info. Impressively fast also. Mostly humorous but potentially useful.
  23. Quick / easy script to monitor nginx from zabbix by having the client run a command to gather data.
  24. Quick / easy script to monitor mysql from zabbix by having the client run a command to gather data.
  25. Neat recipe for monitoring apache with zabbix. Uses a quick / easy setup method that has the zabbix agent run a command to gather the data. Not the most efficient, but surely easy.

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