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Archive for October 23rd, 2012

Twitter / AdobeType: Source Sans Pro v 1.038 got released on October 19th, 2012: small caps and more.

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/10/23

Reminder to self:

Source Sans Pro v 1.038 is released. Now with small capitals (and more)! GitHub: https://github.com/adobe/source-sans-pro/downloads … SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/sourcesans.adobe/ …

With Source Sans Pro goes the – also free – Source Code Pro.

All fonts come in OTF and TTF format. Since there are quite a few differences between OTF and TTF, I’d use OTF over TTF whenever possible.

I also found a great interview with Paul D Hunt, the main designer of these fonts, and his Pilcrow Pabulum blog.

–jeroen

via Twitter / AdobeType: Source Sans Pro v 1.038 is ….

Posted in Font, Power User | Leave a Comment »

I totally missed the OCZ Octane 1TB 2.5 inch SSD Review, too bad it is soo expensive

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/10/23

About 4 months ago, I missed the OCZ Octane SSD Review – Internal Hard Drives – CNET Reviews.

Too bad that at roughly USD 2400 (the lowest price vendor at CNET lying), it is about three times as expensive as the Google Shop search for Hard Drives Intel Solid State 600 GB that I already have.

–jeroen

Posted in Hardware, Opinions, Power User, SSD | 1 Comment »

Simple SharePoint CAML Query Tester using jQuery & SPServices –

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/10/23

Interesting SharePoint CAML XML trouble shooting tool:

this script is NOT meant to help you *build* your queries. There are other tools for that. This is purely a testing tool to help you during those “doh” moments.

-jeroen

via: Simple CAML Query Tester using jQuery & SPServices –.

Posted in .NET, Development, SharePoint, Software Development, Web Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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