Well, sort of. The thing is, finding a templating engine is pretty easy. There are plenty of them. And many of them work the same way. I’m not sure I’m in a place where I could say I have a “favorite.”
Usually, whenever I share resources on this site, it’s for development-related tools. Sometimes it’s plugins, other times; it’s things that we may use that are tangentially related to our work.
Sometimes, I’ll publish things from peers in the industry who I don’t know; other times; it’s from people who I know, consider a friend, and respect.
And the latter is the case with Roy Sivan and EZ Data.
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A couple of days ago, someone shot me a link to Dobby (no the house-elf, but sorta – and it would’ve been just a bit cooler, right? :). In short, it’s one of the various WordPress admin notice plugins that I think is worth checking out.
It’s written by Thorsten Frommen (who inspired this post, to be honest) and a developer for whom I have a lot of respect.
The plugin’s description is as follows:
Dobby, the friendly Admin Elf, takes care of all your (unwanted) admin notices.
The emphasis added is mine, but it sounds a little familiar, doesn’t it? The drama.
Or not. 🙂
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Towards the end of last year, I shared a list of Spotify playlists for work that seemed to garner a good response if for no other reason than offering up some additional things to check out on my own 😇).
Since a few months have past and I’ve had a chance to listen, evaluate, and come up with a few more playlists to share I thought why not share another list?
So just as I shared towards the end of last year, here’s a list of the ambient music or the soundtracks I’ve been listening to as of late.
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A couple of weeks ago, an international WordPress-friend of mine, Thorsten Frommnen, tweeted the following asking what WordPress plugins I use (and others use) right now:
You’d have to click-through to see the whole thread. I’ve wanted to follow-up with the post for a little while now and just now have the chance.
For what it’s worth, I don’t know if it’s all that interesting to cover all the plugins that I have running. Admittedly, it’s not many (and no, it’s not because I get into the too-many-plugins-slow-down-a-site-debate), but it’s because I just don’t use that many to run this site.
With that said, here’s a rundown of the WordPress plugins I use, why, and where you can get ’em.
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