Kelsey Hightower made the following excellent statements on “no code” (in relation to a wider discussion about serverless and Kubernetes, here which I highly recommend giving a listen to):
Posting a video here in order to configure AMP for WordPress to work correctly with YouTube Embeds. If you haven’t put AMP on your WordPress website yet, its certainly worth a look. Making your site load fast on mobile is important.
A few days ago, a long post about speeding up WooCommerce went live @ the Silicon Dales website. Check it out at the link if you’re interested in some ways in which you can get some speed gains for a WooCommerce store (or WordPress site for that matter).
Just in today: WordPress now accounts for 30% of the web, as well as a dominant 60.2% of all websites which use any kind of Content Management System (CMS).
I posted a really long review of Codeable over at Silicon Dales. It was so long, I’m publishing a post which links to it from here, just in case you missed it, and wanted to find out more about the WordPress outsourcing platform, Codeable. If you’re also looking for codeable.io reviews, below I give a few […]
In the past. The oldendays. You know, that bricks and mortar world in which the corporeal and the incorporeal were much less, well, combined, we would do things like create lists, and go to the shops to buy the things on those lists.
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.
Sometimes developers think about problems and look for solutions in the code, even though there’s already a better way.
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.
Welcome to my website. This is a first post, also known as a “hello world” blog post.