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Reflections of a WordPress Developer

Reflections of a WordPress Developer

It’s now been over six full years since I first started really working with WordPress. September 20th, 2010 is when I first opened my WordPress.org account to submit a small plugin I built that afternoon. Six years later I can say…

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Why I’ve Stuck With WordPress

Why I’ve Stuck With WordPress

One question I’ve been asked more often lately is why, considering all the newer technology that is available today, have I stuck with WordPress for my career and my side work? Well, there are 5 reasons for that to be honest…

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Getting Media on Your Local WordPress Site

Getting Media on Your Local WordPress Site

If you’ve worked with WordPress sites for a while you’ll know that sometimes the hardest part is settings up a local environment that is close enough to your production environment to make a difference. While there are plenty of ways…

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Sanitization is for Translations Too

Sanitization is for Translations Too

As developers we rightly worry a lot about the quality of the code that makes it into our WordPress plugins and themes. This is good, when you can’t control what someone will do with your plugin you can’t know if…

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WordCamp US – That’s a Wrap

WordCamp US 2015

This past weekend I had the opportunity to do something familiar in attending another WordCamp, WordCamp US, this time in Philadelphia, PA. Although it was my 6th WordCamp of 2015 but it was anything but typical and will stand for…

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