Sometimes, in a developer Slack chat, you want to shrug. For those times, this, to copy and paste… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ That is all for today.
A short one for today, but just to say, amidst all the hype, when all is said and done, it is my firm belief that when in future we look back to big things that shaped the world we will then inhabit, the GNU General Public License (GPL), will have had a bigger, more lasting, […]
In a recent Slack chat with some fellow developers, there were certain tasks (like server moves encompassing upgrades to PHP 7, for example) which are not easy to specify in terms of how long the task may take.
This is a quick one, but its something I believe is important. Its a little note to self, and anyone else out there who works with WooCommerce as a developer – or wants to.
Sometimes developers think about problems and look for solutions in the code, even though there’s already a better way.
Don’t worry. I’ve not gone insane. Also, the comment spam you probably received wasn’t from me. I received it too. So whoever you are, Mrdalekjd, please stop comment spamming. It will not lead to $$$. It will just frustrate people a tiny fraction.
I was thinking about making this blog post in fewer than 140 characters in order to create some kind of pithy ironic platform abuse point, but no, I can’t be bothered. The luxury of not being curtailed by character limit is just too good to pass up.
In case you didn’t know (and why would you) my wife and I had another baby, born on 2nd August, a baby we have called Heather.
In the wake of charges being raised in 2017 relating to the Hillsborough disaster of 1989, it may be time to revisit other awful things that happened in the 1980s that were covered up and swept under the carpet?
It’s Wednesday, that time when you are only half way through the week. According to my statistics from the past decade, I get most emails and inbound calls on a Wednesday. So, happy Wednesday.