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A couple of weeks with Audirvana+

What a week. Our house is now closed and we have gone fully nomadic. Next time I write here, I’ll be on the east coast for good and I truly can’t wait. While we’ve been on the road, I’ve spent a little bit of time auditioning Audirvana+ as an iTunes replacement. The short: I now load this when I… Read More »

Updated Console Keyboard Shortcuts in Firefox

“keyboard” by Mark Lane on Flickr Cmd-Alt-K on OS X or Ctrl-Shift-K on Linux or Windows will now always focus the console input line. It will no longer close the entire toolbox and you’ll have to use one of the other global toolbox commands, Cmd-Alt-i (or Ctrl-Shift-i) or F12. Keyboard shortcuts. They are the bane of Firefox Developer… Read More »

Fat Arrow Functions in JavaScript

Hard to beat C# and CoffeeScript here – Brendan Eich, Arrow Function Syntax Rationale Since sometime back in the heady days of Firefox 22, Firefox gained the ability to use Fat Arrow Functions in JavaScript. Users of CoffeeScript (or, I guess, C#) will be familiar with the syntax. We’ve been using these in Firefox DevTools code for nearly… Read More »