I’ve had the privilege of attending the first WordCamp Europe the past 2 days with the rest of the WooThemes crew and it’s been awesome! I thought I’d share some of the highlights for me: Old Avatars, New Faces I worked on WordPress 3.0 for menus with a few people but I never met any […]
I’ve worked on numerous products at WooThemes over the past few years, and like most things I work on, each one I’ve ended up developing an attachment to; after all I was creating something and much like a parent (which I can fully appreciate since the birth of my daughter) I want each product of […]
So…a colleague of mine, posted a tweet today about self commenting code. I briefly replied, along with others, and I thought I’d share some of my thoughts on “self commenting” code and standards. Whose rules are you following? First things first, who defines what is self commenting code? I guarantee you that different developers will […]
Last night we had an awesome WordPress meetup in Cape Town at Sinn’s restaurant in the city centre, and none other than Matt Mullenweg was the guest of honor! It was great chatting to him and meeting him in the flesh. We chatted about MP6 plugin, REST API’s and where WordPress is going in the […]
I was recently asked to write a post on WPMU.org for the 12 Days of WordPress and BuddyPress about post formats, tumblog, and content separation. Read the full article by clicking on the title link.
As promised, here are my slides from WordCamp Spain 2010!
Just a quick note to say that I’m heading to Barcelona today for WordCamp Spain on Saturday! 🙂 It’s gonna be awesome and I will post my slides and experiences here afterwards. I’ll be presenting on WooTumblog and Post Formats, as well as the Express for WordPress iPhone app. Check out more details here: http://wordcamp.es/ […]
Came across this interesting WordPress infographic that show just how dominant WordPress truly is in the CMS marketplace. I’m not 100% sure about the stat’s and/or where the data was collected from, but my hunch is that this is true or is pretty close to it!
For those who follow WooThemes, you will no doubt have seen our Tumblog Themes such as Cinch and Crisp, and will know that they give you similar functionality to a tumblr style blog from within WordPress. So if you didn’t buy one of our tumblog themes you wouldn’t be able to have that functionality, but […]
I’ve been doing some modifications to the default WordPress Twenty Ten theme and I needed a custom taxonomy page template for my taxonomy archives – taxonomy.php – to take advantage of the WordPress template hierarchy. So I made a generic one for the Twenty Ten theme seeing as it doesn’t come with one. So now […]