The Clear View – Get the MOST from your freelance developer

Have a clear understanding of your project requirements to ensure you get the most out of your freelance developer The purpose of this post is to ensure that you know precisely what you need to do in order to get the most out of the freelance developer you’re about to hire. You need a complete […]

Monitor MySQL command line imports and exports on Ubuntu using Pipe Viewer

If you’ve been working with PHP/MySQL based websites for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard about the MySQL command line tools for importing and exporting your database. The syntax is quite simple, for exports you run which exports the database to a file on the local machine. For imports you run which imports the […]

Setting up Trusted SSL Certificates for Local Development, Using mkcert on Ubuntu 18.04 with Apache.

One of the many little annoyances that I encounter while working on client sites, is when the client has a valid SSL certificate installed on their server, but the HTTPS redirection happens in code instead of at the server level. This means that even if I export the database with the site urls replaced to […]

11 steps to getting the most out of your freelance developers

A handy guide for clients working with freelance developers so nobody gets hurt… Working with freelancers can be, for some, the equivalent of playing with a loaded gun. It can work out, but there are times when it can really affect your business and your life. As a client, you need a handy guide to […]

Are you an experienced freelance, full stack developer, who loves building things for WordPress?

Codeable needs people like you! Do you have a special relationship with the WordPress Codex, dream about coding standards and are able to build your own custom plugins from scratch?  Do you work well with clients, have amazing communication skills and can solve the most difficult of WordPress customisation problems? Want to be part of […]

The evolution of a work space

It’s amazing how stories mutate. What started as a simple ‘this is my setup’ post, then turned into a ‘what a day in my life looks like’. This morning I woke up and realised it might be more interesting, and less braggy, to look at how, and why, my workstation has evolved in the last […]

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