Talks, Interviews & Articles
WordCamp Cape Town 2016
More often than not the average WordPress user doesn’t understand the core principles behind the idea of open source software like WordPress. This often leads to misdirected frustration by users at what is seen as a lack
of product support. The talk will look at the realities of an open source project and how you can get involved and help make a difference.
CodeCabin Interview 2016
After WordCamp Cape Town, I was interviewed by CodeCabin. We chatted about various topics, from my entry to WordPress to how I went from attending my first WordCamp in 2015 to speaking at WordCamp Cape Town 2016.
Codeable Changing Lives intervew
At Codeable, they strive for making their WordPress experts’ life better. We’re not just “users” to them, we’re people they work with and grow by on a daily basis.
This interview gave me the change to talk about being a freelancer, what it means to me personally and how joining Codeable made it possible.
Advanced Post Queries – Understanding the WordPress WP_Query object - Codeable Blog
After I was tasked with a project that required some filtering of a custom post type based on values stored using the WordPress Metadata API, I thought it would be useful to share some of the details of how filtering on this metadata would work.
Contributing To WordPress: A Beginner’s Guide For Non-Coders - Smashing Magazine
If you’ve been using WordPress for any amount of time, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the following statement: “Free as in speech, not free as in beer.’ If you haven’t, pull up a chair and let’s talk.
So, You Log in to WordPress.com. Now What? - WordPress.com
After building a blog or website, you should actively monitor its progress. This means that you need to log in to WordPress.com every day — even if you don’t have new content to post.