October marks my second month at Codeable. My first month was very quiet, mostly because I was still busy with other things in September, including WordCamp. I also took my time getting into the Codeable process, commenting on only a few smaller tasks. I closed my first small task mid October, so I’m considering October… Continue reading Codeable Review – October 2016
(Disclaimer, links to ServerPilot and Digital Ocean contain referral codes, if you use them and make a purchase you’ll be putting a few extra $’s in my pocket) As the web and it’s associated technologies move ever forward, the solutions available for hosting your website are about as abundant as the options available for creating… Continue reading Taking the pain out of self managed cloud hosting with ServerPilot
A short while about (July to be exact) I published a post about why I got into software development. At the time I was dealing with a bit of a personal crisis. I had reached a point (for the second time) of burning the candles at both ends so much that I was probably not thinking straight.… Continue reading New challenges
An open letter to all Divi plugin developers: Please, copy my ideas! I am, first and foremost, an open source developer. That means I believe that if you have a piece of software, either purchased or obtained freely via open source repositories, you should be allowed to ‘study, change, and distribute the software to anyone and… Continue reading Please, copy my ideas!
Recently on the WordPress South Africa Slack channel, a member asked the following question: “Can we talk pricing? How do you figure out how much to charge for WordPress Development? What factors influence your pricing?” A bunch of other freelancers (including myself) piped in and gave our opinions, but it was Nathan Jeffery’s post that really… Continue reading The definitive guide to calculating your billable rate