New blogging platforms and services are popping up all over the place to simplify the process of writing and publishing on the web, as if it wasn’t simple enough already. One of these services is called Medium, self-described as “a better place to read and write things that matter.” The design is minimalistic, the typography
WooThemes made a controversial announcement today that eliminated promises of "lifetime" support and upgrades for previous customers. The answer should be obvious. It's simply not sustainable.
It seems like there’s a new “coming soon” or “maintenance mode” theme or plugin coming out every day. Haven’t we seen enough of them? This post discusses their limited shelf life, and limited room for innovation.
ThemeForest recently updated their submission requirements to be more inline with WordPress theme development best practices. While definitely a huge step in the right direction, there's still a problem.
Guess what? I'm speaking at another WordPress DC meetup! It will be on Tuesday, August 9th at 7 PM located at Fathom Creative‘s office in DC. Check out the slides in this post.
It’s that time of the year again. As some of you might remember, I attended WordCamp Raleigh last year as well and had a great time (and even got video interviewed!).
Imagine this scenario, you find a really cool snippet of code on one of the many WordPress tutorial sites out there and paste it in your theme’s functions.php file. The code snippet works as advertised, and you then release your theme for sale on a well-known theme marketplace. Let’s pick a random one out of
If you’re not following me on Facebook or Twitter, you may not have heard yet, but I am presenting at an upcoming WordPress DC meetup! It will be on Tuesday, January 11th at 7 PM located at Fathom Creative‘s office in DC. More details on location, parking, etc. can be found on the meetup page