This week was my first week away from Event Espresso. What’s that you say? You didn’t know I was leaving? Well, it wasn’t an easy decision. Pros of working at Event Espresso Some of the things I loved about working with Event Espresso was being part of a great team, being able to contribute to [...]
My second course for Pluralsight goes live today. If you don’t already know, Pluralsight offers developer training videos and my first course, Introduction to WordPress Theme Development, was published in January. This course — Introduction to WordPress is a more general overview of WordPress and WordPress settings. I tried to pack it full with every [...]
My wife found this. Given my wide musical tastes, a genre map that you can get lost in is right up my alley…
So, Matt Jones — founder of Storefront Themes — presented at the last WPSLC meetup. Mostly he was talking about ecommerce stuff — which is the topic he was scheduled to present on — but he also talked about a few other projects he’s been working on, including Skematik. At WordCamp SLC in September, he [...]
This week is the 20th anniversary of the open internet — the day the researchers at CERN renounced the patent on the world wide web. Had they not done that, this post would likely have been brought to you by Associated Press.
When you’re creative and in college (and possibly even earlier than that), you’re filled with enthusiasm, optimism and ideas. Ideas that you believe to be the most important things in the world. At a certain point, the optimism fades, the enthusiasm fades, and what’s left is bitterness. We’re told that this is called “growing up” [...]