I'm speaking at Staffs Web Meetup - again!

This months Staffs Web Meetup is all about Show and Tell - aka the perfect opportunity for me to demo Cachet and talk about building things for yourself. We're so close to announcing the availability of Version 1 of Cachet which means that it's the perfect time to be speaking…

Cachet Blog

A couple of days ago we released our new blog, dedicated to Cachet. Although the current website is built on Jekyll and thus fundamentally a blog, it started becoming a pain to write blog posts in - the same reason I switched this blog to Ghost too. I'll be writing…

Hold back features and ship!

Cachet has grown by a considerable amount over the last month as evidenced by the whopping number of stars on the project; 1339 people like Cachet and to me, that is a huge number for a beta product. A couple of weeks back I was ill which meant that our…

Intellitip - Sublime Text Plugin

Sublime Text development has started picking up steam once again. In dev build 3070, Jon introduced a very basic Tooltip API. I started playing around with it by forking the awesome IntelliDocs plugin. As a proof of concept I rewrote some of the original code in my fork and arrived…

Closing Anorak

I completely forgot to blog about this, however around a week ago I made the decision to temporarily sunset Anorak Anorak was my first big side-project in a long time - I've written a few libraries and packages, but nothing that I could turn into a business. Since Cachet became…

Segment.com and Laravel

A new (and optional) internal feature that's coming soon in Cachet is anonymous usage tracking. This will allow us to see how often Cachet is deployed to Heroku, how many incidents and components are created etc. Segment.com (previously Segment.io) is the best way of implementing tracking once. For…