A contributor, by the way, is a title that no one can give you except yourself.
I had an awesome time at WordCamp SF this past week. I learned a lot and connected with some amazing folks. But I came away with some ‘Deep Thoughts,’ Jack Handy style… This camp got me thinking and inspired in a way that I hadn’t felt since my first WordCamp. October 2013 this seemingly agitated … Continue reading Connecting Dots
There I was writing up a post about a then soon-to-be-released plugin called Sprout Invoice, by a cool fella named Daniel Cameron (I call him Tito, although he doesn’t like that, too much). I got to check out the beta version, but it does some critical things very simply. Handling payments and deposits for estimates … Continue reading Help Scout Desk. The Support Ticketing Tool WordPress is Missing
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The actual guide to this post is at the bottom. Click here for the tl;dr version. =) I recently wrote about my pet project that I built a site for. In messing around with that project, I’d learned a good deal about Gulp build tools and all the neat things they can do. Yet, one … Continue reading WordPress, Composer, Desktop Server and You
Those of you that know me, in the WP community circles have, at one point, heard me go on about a starter theme I’d been working on. I’m still working away at it and with these things, there’s never a done, done place. You can always grab a copy of the starter theme over on … Continue reading Pet Projects
Decisions are made by those who show up…
Many of my colleagues who work with WordPress have, by now, no doubt read Matt Mullenweg’s post regarding giving 5% back to the WordPress open source project. It’s a notion that has inspired a lot of discussion already and I don’t think I have much to add to it. I can contribute to the noise, … Continue reading A Rule of 5 to Live By…