It’s been a little while since the last time I’ve shared some of the stuff that I’ve found. Part of it has to do with the fact that I’ve had stuff outside of work and blogging that have been of higher priority, and part of it has to do with taking a vacation.
So this is a bit of a longer list than usual but it should have enough for someone to find something interesting.
I don’t have a lot of things to share this week – just some articles and utilities – but if I had to narrow it down to what I’d recommend reading, it’d be the articles on Things 3.14, and the article on incentivizing quality code.
That’s all my comments; on to the list.
This week, I finally started using a combination of Bio and Hey World to start pulling together all of the content that I share online.
This blog is obviously primarily devoted to software development and although I considered broadening the scope of it (for longer than you may think), it just seemed easier to use another place and have a single landing page for all the feeds, socials, and so on.
Anyway, that’s the personal stuff I have to share for this week. In the mean time, here are the resources that I found interesting.
Most of the resources and articles I’m sharing this week are the usual type but there are a few, such as original Kindles no longer being able to access the web via 3G, that are an interesting read mainly because I remember when the device came out and that was a specifically killer feature for me.
I also started working on a series on how to use Ray to debug features in WordPress. I cover this later in the article.
This week, I clocked out of my role as a Senior Backend Engineer at WebDevStudios (and it was a great 2.5 years of solid work on some very interesting projects), and began working as a Senior Developer at Awesome Motive.
I’m sure I’ll have plenty to share as I settled into the new role but, until then, I here are some of the resources I’ve found over the week: