Copying code to the cloud and syncing it locally isn’t impossible. Just annoying.
Making remote files accessible isn’t always as simple as a link.
Using FacetWP to tackle multiple deaths, sort ordering, and of course, Sara Lance.
Sorting data that doesn’t exist can be difficult, because there’s nothing to save. So you have to think around it.
Hey, Twitter. Why don’t you like people with multiple accounts?
Dear Slack, I want to like you more, but you don’t understand adults.
What are you measuring? What is useful? What is the right way to explain it all?
Getting at your data to make meaningful metrics starts with saving them smartly.
A little customized randomness to make it more sane.
Stage two is taking all the data, shoving it back together, and splitting it out in a totally different way.
Chart.js, WordPress, and taxonomies begins with understanding the data you’re processing and saving it in a retrievable way.