Why you should be commenting your code, even if you’re the only contributor

Comments in code can be a lifesaver. But if you’re working on a solo project, you might feel the pull to not comment your code. You would be wrong.

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What I learned from helping to organize WordCamp DFW

I spent the past several months as the PR and Social Media organizer for WordCamp DFW. Needless to say, I learned a lot being on such an amazing team putting on an incredible event.

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The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

WordPress’ Gutenberg editor looks promising but needs work

WordPress’ eventual new post editor, Gutenberg, became available as a feature plugin two weeks ago. It certainly has it’s flaws but I think it has a lot of potential.

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Why my WP REST theme won’t be in the directory … yet

My new daily blog WordPress theme, Quotidiano, is ready to be released. But considering it utilizes the WP REST API and the lack of knowledge of what it takes to get that kind of theme through the review process, I’m holding off on moving it to the theme directory for the time being.

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Another year, another set of WordPress resolutions

Ah yes, the new year. That time when everyone makes resolutions that they might keep for a couple of weeks. Like I did last year, here are a few WordPress resolutions I hope to keep throughout 2017.

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Sports Bench Homepage

Ready to release Sports Bench to the wild

Well, it’s finally here. I’ve finished up development on the premium WordPress sports package I’ve worked on since May and it’s time to release it to the public. Now it’s time to work on some other things.

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Wrapping up main development with premium sports theme/plugin combo

Roughly two months after getting started, I’ve finished the bulk of the development on the premium sports WordPress theme/plugin package. Now with all of the heavy lifting out of the way, it’s time for testing and getting it ready for distribution.

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Starting designs on the sports theme and thoughts about Adobe Experience

Classes are finally over for the semester, which means I have a little bit more time to get back into WordPress development. It also meant I had some time to test drive Adobe’s latest Creative Cloud product, “Experience.”

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Shipping off VideoPlace for review

It’s done. Well, for the most part. I made the final fixes for VideoPlace and sent it off for review for the WordPress Theme Directory. As I’ve said before, I love using the Foundation framework, which makes developing and debugging so much easier. Really, the only fixes that needed to be made were simple CSS changes.

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Slow but decent work with VideoPlace

After a wicked fast pace on development last week on VideoPlace, I kind of expected a slow up in work on VideoPlace this week. But I hope to have it done and sent by the end of the month.

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