Drake is right – I work most weekends. Saturday mornings are often a very quiet time for eCommerce stores… think about it, do you shop online very early on a Saturday morning? Not often. That’s when we migrate stores around.
Haven’t done my taxes, I’m too turnt up
Drake obviously knew the UK Self Assessment deadline was coming up for digital filing, as well. HMRC don’t want to know about how turnt up we are, though. We file those within moments of the deadline.
Future’s bit… well, he ends every sentence with “Woo“… he knows the score, too, clearly.
If you watch carefully, you’ll see Drake and Future unplugging a cable from a network switch on a server rack during the video [link to this part].
They are singing about life as an eCommerce developer [ignore the bits about mansions and chandeliers, obviously, also Percocets etc… actually, now I think about it… maybe not].
I’m a WooCommerce developer, and I write a lot of stuff… but I realised I haven’t written a lot about the software itself, so here’s a longread for you… this will go deep, and get deeper over time, but if you’re interested in eCommerce, and specifically Woo, then this post will provide a good deal of context.
The fourth and final test match of England’s tour of South Africa came along with England leading the series 2-1.
Having come from behind in the series thanks to impressive wins in the second and third test matches, England are looking to maintain their lead, while South Africa need a positive result to tie the series.
Highlights for each day of this potentially decisive test match are below, courtesy of the UK’s Sky Sports, who make their official highlights embeddable. I put them together, with some added context. I don’t publish scoresheets or anything else here. I imagine you could find those elsewhere 🙂