Yehuda Katz is a member of the Ember.js, Ruby on Rails and jQuery Core Teams; his 9-to-5 home is at the startup he founded, Tilde Inc.. There he works on Skylight, the smart profiler for Rails, and does Ember.js consulting. He is best known for his open source work, which also includes Thor and Handlebars. He travels the world doing open source evangelism and web standards work.

Archive for September, 2012

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I wrote my first post on this blog in January 2007.

In 2007, this blog was the easiest way I had to write my thoughts down for people who cared to read them. I wrote long posts and short post (but mostly long posts). I wrote deeply technical posts. I wrote proposals. I wrote introductory posts.

I did not post often.

In 2012, there are many more ways to write and reach an audience. I write whimsically on Twitter. I write personally on Facebook. More and more, I find that I write casually on Google+.

Without the 140-character constraint of Twitter, I can start writing and stop when I reach the end of a thought. Unlike the long-form nature of my blog, I find myself writing often, whenever something is on my mind. If you’re interested in reading that sort of thing, follow my Google+ profile. Because I never remember to include one person’s Google+ account in my reading rotation, I made it easy:

I’ll keep posting long-form pieces here. To keep things simple, I’ll always link to them from Google+. If you follow me there, I’ll make sure you always know when I post something, wherever that happens to be. If you care, join me on Google+.