About a year ago (literally, I got the domain renewal notification two days ago) I came up with a podcast idea. I had just finished reading “Milestones – The Story of WordPress” and I thought how awesome it would be to interview every single one of the core release leads, from Matt all the way […]
I’m a little late posting this, mostly due to being very busy with WordCamp, but episode 3 of the WP HackerCast is live. Check it out.
I remember the first time I read about Jerry Seinfeld’s productivity secret. At the time it seemed trivial, but after trying to write a blog post per day for the month of September using Gutenberg, and then failing miserably at it, I can admit to the fact that planning to write something every day and […]
I’m attempting my first shot at contributing to WordPress core with ticket that was opened 8 years ago! I feel like it’s small enough that I can get something done by the time the next release rolls around but useful enough that it will make peoples lives easier. Feel free to follow the ticket to […]
Today I'm especially excited to blog as I have a little news to share. The first episode of my new podcast has officially been published. WP Hacker Cast is my way of talking to and learning from all the great WordPress developers I know and communicate with. I've got some great interviews coming up, but […]
Just a short blog post I don't quite feel like writing So, here's a haiku.
So for today's blog post I thought I would try Gutenberg on my mobile. I have to say it works pretty well. If I'm honest with myself though, not really pushing the limits of Gutenberg so tomorrow I want to try and create something more complex.
If you are in any way involved with WordPress and unless you've been living under a rock you're aware of the new Gutenberg editor that is currently in development. Gutenberg is what Matt and many other WordPress developers see as the future of WordPress. However, as with most new things, it's not been met with […]
Late last year I wrote down my 2017 WordPress resolutions. These were the goals I set myself (for better or worse) that I would like to achieve this year. As we’re just over halfway through the year I thought it might be interesting to take a look back and see if I’ve made any headway […]
As a freelance WordPress developer/consultant I rarely work in a team environment. So my usage of Git is mostly for my own purposes of being able to have my code backed up somewhere and the ability to create branches to try out new pieces of functionality without affecting the ‘master’ code base. Recently I was […]