Here I share my latest writing, tech videos, podcast appearances, and scribbled-down thoughts on everything from WordPress and tech to just regular life stuff.
Every week or so I collect a few links from the WordPress and webdev ecosystem- along with my latest blog posts- and send it to your inbox.
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I’m logging into a lot of very cool Mastodon clients. Is that a good thing?
Introducing viewSource – a weekly conversation around tech, web development, and WordPress with hosts Aurooba Ahmed and Brian Coords.
Tips and tricks for using Github Copilot with WordPress development as I try to write a plugin using AI pair-programming.
Listening to this podcast, I was reminded of a concept that I hadn’t heard in a while: “just in case” learning versus “just in time” learning.
I’m not sure why I’m blogging every day but I know why I’m not stopping.
As I think about the future of the internet, I’m genuinely concerned about our inability to create deeper meaning at scale or to even be able to share information in a reliable way.
WordPress Twitter was provoked this past week with a critique of developers using ACF meta boxes and options pages to control content.
We’ve been tightening up some internal processes at work, one of them being the design-to-dev handoff process. This is just a brief collection of thoughts for designers from the developer perspective.
You’d think that creating an email newsletter in WordPress would be easier in 2023.
There are different types of writing, writing for humans and writing for robots. Guess which one the robots are good at.