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

Monthly Mentions

October 2015

  • Mention: SaaS that monitors what’s being said about your name, brand, or competitors.
  • Git Large File Storage (LFS): Open source Git extension for versioning large files.
  • Deppbot: Run bundle update daily and issue a Pull Request to GitHub.
  • Joe: CLI tool that generates .gitignore files for many languages/frameworks.
  • PCE.js: Mac Plus emulator running Mac OS System 7.
  • Project Apollo Archive: Over 8,400 NASA Apollo moon mission photos on Flickr.
  • N1: Open-source mail client built with Electron, React, and Flux.
  • Cook It Boutique: Delivery of recipes and ingredients for home-cooked meals.
  • Art Public Montréal: Discover public art in the city of Montreal.
  • Cocones: Makers of wallets and phone/tablet/laptop sleeves.
  • Groupdate: Ruby gem to group objects by time related attributes.
  • Histography: An interactive timeline that draws historical events from Wikipedia.
  • StickyStack.js: A jQuery plugin that sticks panels as they reach the top of the viewport.
  • Exposé: A simple static site generator for photo-essays.
  • arqinator: Cross-platform restoration of Arq backups.
  • Toptal: Marketplace for top freelance software developers and designers.
  • Photon: UI toolkit for building desktop apps powered by Electron.
  • The Paramount Vault: Showcases a collection of Paramount full-length films and clips.
  • LiveGIFs: Export your Live Photos as animated GIFs.
  • Le Salon 1861: Collaborative social entrepreneurial work space in Little Burgundy.
  • Framebridge: Custom framing by mail.
  • SAM: Internet of Things development kit.
  • H-MTL Platform: Interactive map-based toolkit that profiles vulnerable Montreal heritage sites.
  • Sensibill: Digital receipt platform. Toronto-based.
  • Mattermost: Self-hosted, open source Slack alternative.
  • Awesome OS X Command Line: A curated list of shell commands and tools specific to OS X.
  • Maily Herald: A Ruby on Rails engine that helps send and manage mailings.
  • GroupLend: Personal loans platform for Canadians.
  • Front-end Handbook: Resources and tools for learning about front-end development.
  • Trix: A rich text editor by Basecamp.
  • Endy: Premium mattress shipped to your home. Toronto showroom.
  • Generosity: Crowdfunding for personal, nonprofits, and socially conscious causes.
  • Slack@Work: Job board for companies that use Slack.
  • cmus: Console music player for Unix-like operating systems.
  • Markdeep: Creating diagrams and equations from plain text.
  • Land Your Dream Rails Job: A free, 5-day email crash course by Upcase.
  • Why’s (Poignant) Guide to Ruby: Written and illustrated by why the lucky stiff.
  • Slate: Tool for creating API documentation.
  • APIs on Rails: Book on building REST APIs with Rails.
  • CSSgram: A library for creating Instagram filters with CSS.
  • Pastel: Terminal output styling for Ruby.
  • Shrine: File upload toolkit for Ruby.
  • NavNav: Responsive navigation examples, demos, and tutorials.
  • Device pixel density tests: Displays device pixel ratio and density.
  • screensiz.es: Screen sizes for phones, tablets, and desktops.
  • The State of Web Type: Data on support for type and typographic features on the web.
  • bitIcon: A simple glyph font with programming language icons.
  • PME MTL: A network of experts to support Montreal entrepreneurs and businesses.
  • Streaks Workout: Equipment-free exercises on your Apple TV.
  • Serge: Free, open-source solution for continuous localization. By Evernote.
  • LibreOffice: Free and open source office suite.
  • SimpleX: A Plex client for the Apple TV.
  • Discord: Free and secure voice and text chat for gamers.

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