I did a quick screencast on what the WordPress Template Hierarchy is and why understanding it is one of the first steps to becoming a good WordPress developer.
You know that feeling when you’re setting up a brand new server and it’s not set up the way you’ve spent years tweaking it to be?
Because I’m a huge nerd and my google search results failed to bring up anything resembling a true listing, I thought I would throw together a little curl, grep and sed magic.
First off, I have to give major thanks to Mr. Evan Solomon for very graciously helping me diagnose and fix a very hard to pinpoint bug with NGINX and WooCommerce.
Thought it’d be nice to demo how to set up and get your own repository going with Git.
Some thoughts I had on my way home from WordCamp Grand Rapids 2012:
Here are my slides from my talk on WordPress and Version Control from WordCamp Grand Rapids 2012 August 18th.
Something I hear all the time and that was initially the biggest learning for me was understanding the data and the structure of objects that we have to interact with.
Something that I’ve come across recently as I start to build dynamic queries is changing the arguments array ever so slightly.
Today was a good day. In fact, this weekend was a good weekend.