I had the opportunity to speak at tonight’s Tucson WordPress Meetup at CoLab Workspace. I built a corporate intranet with WordPress last year and these slides tell the story. Tonight was a great learning experience. Hopefully, they’ll have me back as a speaker – I wasn’t able to share my love for Grunt.js. (I now […]
Thanks to an awesome employer, I was able to attend WordCamp San Francisco 2013 over the past weekend. And it was full of face-melting, WordPress-knowledge-mic droppage. I thought I’d share some quotes that have stuck with me: “I say baby-aggrivating stuff. Sorry.” Nikolay Bachiyski “Be the first person in the room to take it visual.” […]
Let’s say you were using WordPress for a corporate intranet. WP developers: How would you handle multi-section department manuals that are maintained by multiple people and needs to be printable for new employees as part of their orientation? I’ve found myself in this situation: Current dept manual is made up of a large collection of […]
Martha has been documenting her journey ever since being diagnosed with melanoma earlier this fall. It’s been nice getting to watch her put her thoughts, feelings, worries, and joys into words. Unfortunately, she’s been growing tired of the limitations of her current setup and has been longing for a real blogging platform. Fortunately, she’s married […]
I just upgraded to WordPress 2.7 beta 1… I’m overwhelmed by the new Dashboard. I haven’t gotten any further than that. It’s gorgeous. I can’t wait to get ‘comfy’ w/ this release.
Holy cow. Leave the WordPress world for a few years and the features just seem amazing. Apparently, the latest version (or perhaps one a few releases earlier) notifies you when you have a plugin that is out of date and will allow you to update it from w/in the admin interface. No more tracking down […]