When I was at WordCamp Tokyo, I was reminded of the power of a thank you and how it makes Open Source better.
Is Bootstrap making the biggest mistake by upgrading a component when they don’t need the benefits?
Replacing a variety of templates with cleverly built layout files.
Figuring out collections with Jekyll is kind of like Custom Post Types.
It’s back to the future when you make too many commits in git!
Who are you writing your code for? How will they use it? Do they need simple or complex?
Messing with static locations for static things on a website.
After five months of CloudFlare, I’ve turned it off. Unsatisfied.
Making things more secure for all things.
Especially if you know it’s bad. If you know it’s bad and you publish it, you’re reckless.
When we fail, we learn. But we can do more than just learn how to code better when we write bad code. We can learn to be better people.
Automation is king. So is content of course, but automating the code behind the content will save you time, money, and headaches.