Fun Links 2013-09-27

Hopefully some useful ones this time around, productivity tools and software development articles, so a bit different that my usual fare.

Like Codepen or JsFiddle, but you host it yourselves. Great for demos, samples, etc.

Trello (yes, I benefit if you sign up (it’s free))
From the fine folks at Fog Creek, Trello is a tool for creating boards with lists and cards. Perfect for scrum, kanban or just planning your day. Lots of great features and all for free.

Polyglot Persistence
Talks about creating applications which use multiple storage systems to best solve the problems at hand. We/I’ve been using the term Hybrid Data, but this is something that I think we can benefit from even more than we are now.