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At the end of September (September 25th – 27th, to be exact), I’ll be hanging out with a lot of other great people at WordCamp Tampa.

As of now, the schedule is still being put together, so I don’t know any more details than what you can find on the website; however, there is one event that I think anyone who is coming. should consider attending: A live code audit.

In short, it’s your code in front of a panel of other people critiquing it in front of all of your peers. Sounds scary, right?

Years ago, I used to think so – but then I realized just how great code reviews can be and I urge anyone who is writing code for a living to have someone else review their work.

/ August 18, 2015 / Comments Off on The Grumpy Developer Podcast Revisited

The Grumpy Developer Podcast Revisited

Earlier this year, I was invited to be on the The Grumpy Developer Podcast. It was a lot of fun, I really enjoyed my time on the show, and Mike – the host – and I hit it off.

Fast forward a few weeks and I was invited back on to the show for another conversation about a variety of different things all of which were programming related.

Over the past few weeks, Pagely has been running a series of blog posts in which they highlight people who are involved in WordPress in some capacity and, as of yesterday, I had the honor to be featured on the blog.

For the past few years, one of the areas of WordPress that has interested me the most is the area of the WordPress Coding Standards. Specifically, it’s one area in which I’ve tried to contribute and it’s one area in which I’ve talked about at my local WordCamp. To say that I think they are a little important would […]

/ June 30, 2015 / Comments Off on My Time On The Grumpy Developer Podcast

My Time On The Grumpy Developer Podcast

Last week, I talked about The Grumpy Developer podcast, what it’s about, and why I like it. For those who didn’t read the post or who just happen to be stumbling across this page, here’s the gist of the podcast: If you’re a designer or project manager, you can consider me your friendly developer translator. I’m […]

/ March 28, 2015 / Comments Off on The Importance of Following The WordPress Coding Standards

The Importance of Following The WordPress Coding Standards

Today, I’m attending WordCamp Atlanta. I’ll be speaking on the topic of The Importance of Following The WordPress Coding Standards. It’s been a couple of years since I was able to attend a WordCamp (primarily because my wife and I were growing our family and welcoming additional humans to Planet Earth :). Anyway, I’m excited to be back.

This year, WordCamp Atlanta is going to take place March 27th – March 29th and I’m really looking forward to it. As it has been for the last few years, the event is going to be held at The Loudermilk Center in downtown Atlanta.

/ February 20, 2015 / Comments Off on Ask Me Anything at WP Chat

Ask Me Anything at WP Chat

Comments are closed on this post. Please hold them until the AMA session begins on Monday :).Last month, WP Chat held an “Ask Me Anything” or and AMA with Justin Tadlock. Justin, obviously a very popular, prolific, and respectable person in the WordPress economy, provided a great time even for those of us who were simply […]

/ February 5, 2015 / Comments Off on An Interview with WPEka

An Interview with WPEka

WPEka is a site that’s been around since 2011 and has been offering a variety of resources to WordPress users, designers, and developers ever since. This past week, I had the chance to be interviewed by Disha who works for the company. Overall, I had a lot of fun. The questions were great and I’m always […]

For those of you who blog regularly, you likely get a fair share of feedback and it probably comes in many forms. Praises Critique Donations Profanity Love Hate …and anything and everything in between You name, it’s been said either in comments, emails, and tweets. But yet, we still write and a bunch of people – […]

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