The schedule has been finalized for the 2017 PDX WordCamp, happening on September 23rd at Lewis and Clark College. There are a lot of great talks, and I’m glad that I can contribute to the community by sharing my knowledge of managing a WordPress site using the various Roots.io projects. As of right now, all … Continued
A quick look at how to setup Vim to transparently create and edit *.gpg files.
I created a plugin called WP Asciinema to help add Asciicasts created using https://asciinema.org/ to WordPress. This is plugin is meant to help self-host asciicasts on your WordPress site. If you are simply wanting to include asciicasts from asciinema.org, then take a look at their embedding guidelines. Usage This plugin adds a shortcode to help display the … Continued
A collection of bash scripts to help automate retrieval of remote databases and importing them into a Roots.io based virtual machine.
It’s been just under two years since I made the switch to using Vim full time. Here are some resources that helped me become proficient when using it.
Thinking on the similarities of hacking and creativity after reading a Quora answer.
Sometimes all you need is a quick scraper to help you get the information missed in a database search-and-replace. I recently hacked together this single use scraper repo. Fork, extend and tweak for your needs!
How to flush `mod_pagespeed` cache in LiquidWeb’s new Managed WordPress package.
I just attended the 2015 PDX WordCamp and am now helping out at the contributor day. Of course contributing to core can be done in a number of ways, but one of the areas that I’ve always wanted to help out with is through theme review. The above link to the theme review handbook is quite comprehensive in regards … Continued
I’ve returned home from riding my bike along the Oregon Coast. It has certainly been a long trek, and while I’m not ready to go another 380 miles this next week, I can say that I had fun, and will likely go on future tours. Distance Moving Time Elevation Strava Link Totals 383.7 32:12:28 18,461 … Continued