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Some Reading for February 2020

This year, one of the things I’m trying to do is revive the whole Must Read articles that I used to write.

With it being the second month of the year, I can say that I’ve had a 100% success rate in doing that so long as I actually publish this post (which, given that read you’re reading it, I have).

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Resources for Reading Before 2020

I’m not one for setting specific goals or making resolutions at the end of the year. But when I look back at this blog and how it changed over the course of 2019, it’s evident that I blogged far less than I did in previous years.

There are several factors for this, none of which are bad, just the changing nature of life, work, and all that.

But I was hard, ahem, pressed to set a goal for this blog in the next year it’d be to get back to blogging more frequently but also:

  • with shorter posts,
  • spending time some time linking out to things I’ve read that I found interesting.

So rather than wait until next year, why not start now?

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Must Read WordPress Articles 3

On Christmas Eve of last year, I started this whole thing of sharing a list of articles that I think are must reads for anyone involved in WordPress. Ultimately, I ended up publishing the first two on US holidays.

And since today is a holiday in the US, I thought why not continue the trend?

Must Read WordPress Articles

Eventually, the list of articles is going to start looking like this.

In this post, I’ve got a small set of WordPress articles I think anyone involved in WordPress should read as well as a couple of bonus links for those who are involved in the PHP community at large.

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Must Read WordPress Articles 2

About a week ago, I shared a round up of posts that I thought made for some good reading during the downtime the holidays inevitably bring.


I also mentioned that I have a tendency to throw things into Pocket and leave them there until I have time to read them on my own. Whenever I come across a handful of really good WordPress articles, I’ve been saving them until I have enough to share here on the site.

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