The more likely a person is to test Beta and RC, the less likely they are to have bad code.
Open, closed, and in between, we can’t always discuss everything we work on.
Oh joy, oh rapture, Semalt is at it again.
Everyone, everyone, hates doing it. We all do. But there’s something that blogging regularly has brought me that is specifically related to documentation. And it’s this. I am more likely to write down exactly how I solved a problem if I think about it as a new blog post. I know, that sounds so simply […]
Making my code do more work for me, with custom meta content and repetition. And repetition. And repetition.
Let’s say you have some custom taxonomies in WordPress. And let’s say you want to add a special field to them for an icon. How would you do it?
Making my DreamObjects image lists look prettier.
The drama is that which we brought on ourselves.
Giving the world a nope-ta-pus!
Making your checklists fly.