Cleaning data and validate it before saving is just common sense.
Extending the existing API to do another thing.
Why uninstalling a plugin tells you it’s removing data, even when it’s not.
Making for better SEO without having to think, just by using some elbow grease.
Caching with torrents. It flows messily.
Debugging why the data on my site killed my server was astounding.
Making a year-range in CMB2 is easy (if you befriend a developer).
While it may seem ‘easier’ to make multiple separate plugins that all do similar things, long term it makes your developers crazy and hurts your users.
I don’t regret Git Flow. It taught me a lot and made me comfortable. But now it’s time to spread my wings.
All the work you’re doing to hiding your code is about as useful as preventing right-click on images.
Slow down, your blog’s gotta last. You’ve got to make that download fast! Just zipping through the kilobytes. Viewing your site should be so groovy.
Open, closed, and in between, we can’t always discuss everything we work on.