Probably I should post this on the DreamHost wiki BUT I wanted to throw this out that I figured out a solution to an issue I was having on WordPress multisite since migrating to nginx… The problem The issue is that, while permalinks were working as expected, images were all broken, particularly when you were on… Continue reading Nginx config with WordPress multisite on DreamHost
In this Wired article on Dropbox, the fact that Dropbox hired Facebook’s “first female employee” was mentioned. I’m not interested in how Dropbox is acquiring talent — though I happily use Dropbox and look forward to more app developers incorporating Dropbox into their platforms. Rather, I’m interested in this “first female employee” thing. Because a… Continue reading First female employee
It’s been almost exactly a year since I started writing and developing courses for Pluralsight’s video library. It was last year at WordCamp Salt Lake City 2012 that Megan first came up to me and asked me if I’d be interested and the 2013 SLC WordCamp passed just last weekend. Over that time, I’ve stumbled… Continue reading My Pluralsight course writing workflow
Last year, I met with some of the peeps from the Open Classroom‘s School Library (and Library Committee) to come up with ideas for how the Open Classroom website could better serve them. This was part of an existing process I was going through for planning the update to the website that I launched a… Continue reading What I’m working on: building a plugin for book reviews
I wrote a plugin, inspired by my wife, which is designed to give you dirty looks for pages you haven’t updated recently. It’s actually functional, because it gives you a rundown of your oldest content by last modified date. And it does stuff like this:
I’ve got a new course up on Pluralsight that went live today.
(Another) Great post by Chris Lema on building a great presentation.
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… Continue reading Go forward. Move ahead.
If you asked me a year ago who Chris Lema was, I wouldn’t be able to tell you. My experience up to that point was a brief mention by my friend Josh at Event Espresso that his was a blog worth reading. Chris tweets a lot — one of my biggest turn-offs when I am… Continue reading This is why I read Chris Lema