Patrick Bougie — web developer / entrepreneur from Montréal, Canada. Founder of WorkSked — a web app to manage employee work schedules and time off.

Monthly Mentions

March 2015

  • Lufa Farms: Online farmers market delivering weekly customizable baskets.
  • iHeartRadio: A free, all-in-one digital radio and music streaming service.
  • Arbre: Generate HTML views in Ruby.
  • The Snowden Digital Surveillance Archive: A database of publicly released classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
  • Rclone: Rclone is a CLI app to sync files and directories to various cloud storage providers.
  • Syncany: Open-source cloud storage and synchronization application.
  • Slideout.js: A touch slideout navigation menu for your mobile web apps.
  • History.js: HTML5 history/state APIs for all browsers.
  • Regularity: A regular expression builder for Ruby.
  • Typophonic: Album cover typography.
  • Nu HTML Checker: W3C HTML validator.
  • Bish: Modern language that compiles to Bash.
  • HelloTalk: Foreign language app where your teachers are native language speakers.
  • Google Fonts Files: Source repository with all the binary font files served by Google Fonts.
  • Tether: Lock and unlock your Mac automatically with your iPhone.
  • Break Up With IE8: Activist website for getting developers to stop supporting IE 8.
  • Beautiful Open: Curated list of beautiful sites for Open Source projects.
  • Daux.io: Create documentation in a developer friendly way using Markdown.
  • Atom Flight Manual: New manual for the Atom editor by GitHub.
  • Gallerist: Browse libraries of Apple’s Photos app from the web. Built with Sinatra.
  • MetaInspector: Ruby gem for scraping metadata from a webpage like title, links, images, meta tags, etc.
  • window.fetch Polyfill: A window.fetch JavaScript polyfill.
  • Scrivener: Ruby validation frontend for models.
  • Motorman: Retro-design electric moped.
  • FreshMint: Healthy meals delivered to your door. Serving downtown Montreal.
  • rmodal.js: A simple modal dialog with no external dependencies.
  • io.js: A JavaScript platform built on Chrome’s V8 runtime. Began as a fork of Joyent’s Node.js.
  • Secret Apple TV controls: Fifteen button combos to become an Apple TV power user.
  • Indie.vc: A funding program for founders looking to start and scale independent businesses.
  • GitBook: SaaS to write and publish books using Markdown and Git.
  • Cushion: SaaS for freelancers to manage their schedules and income.
  • CSS SANS: A font created using CSS only.
  • Contracts.ruby: Code contracts for Ruby.
  • Linearicons: Line icons pack. Premium and free versions.
  • Shoryuken: An AWS SQS thread based message processor for Ruby.
  • GPGTools: OS X suite to encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify files or messages.
  • Payform: A JavaScript library for building credit card forms, validating inputs, and formatting numbers.
  • jsGrid: A lightweight client-side data grid control based on jQuery.
  • Mailcheck.js: jQuery library that suggests correct domain when email address is misspelt.
  • NProgress.js: Slim progress bars in JavaScript.
  • Libraries: An open source discovery service — find libraries, modules and frameworks.
  • Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation: A photographic book of Apple’s most important products.
  • AniCollection: Directory of CSS3 animations.
  • yourbrowser.is: Provides various details about your web browsing environment.
  • Fatmap: Mobile apps with detailed 3D ski maps and resort information.
  • Primer: The CSS toolkit and guidelines that power GitHub.
  • RegViz: Visual debugging of regular expressions for JavaScript.
  • Paw: REST client app for Mac OS X.
  • Setting: Co-working desks for €10/day. Currently only Berlin.
  • Firesize: Image resizing as a service with built in CDN.
  • DeviceDetector: A fast user agent parser and device detector for Ruby.
  • This is Markdown.: Markdown cheat sheet.
  • Artoo: Ruby framework for robotics, physical computing, and the Internet of Things.
  • Spark Electron: Arduino-like cellular development kit with a SIM card and affordable data plans.

Feel free to contact me if you require development services or have any questions / comments.