Teatime: Introduction

Welcome to the first installment of Teatime! At my day job, Teatime has become a tradition, growing out of one of the webteam’s lead’s weekly team meeting to become a department-wide celebration of learning and knowledge… or something like that 🙂  Every week, in one of our larger conference rooms, I set up tea and […]

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Testing Socksite: Functional tests with Node.JS

Background As you may know if you’ve ever browsed my GitHub account, I am a member of a tiny open-source organization called SockDrawer. Odds are, we don’t make anything you’ve heard of; we’re just a group of individuals that all belong to a forum and wanted to make tools to enhance the forum-going experience. SockDrawer […]

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Quick Tips: How to set an mp3 as a ringtone for a person in Android KitKat

This was frustrating enough that I wanted to document it, as it’s surprisingly complicated. Let’s say you have a sound file on your computer — maybe a baby laughing that you want to set for the baby’s mom’s ringtone, or something like that. Legally recorded MP3 files, let’s assume, for the purposes of demonstration. How […]

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