@daljo628 Agricultural business farmer George
@daljo628 I would choose you to fix my email
@daljo628 George Stephanis, he’s our hero,
Gonna take security bugs down to zero,
Gonna help him put us under,
Bad guys who like to loot and plunder
@daljo628 Good idea. I’ll give that a shot.
Is it too big? How would I debug this?
@taupecat I really dig the wordpress.org/plugins/two-factor… plugin from @daljo628 and friends. Also make sure to use temporary one-time-use codes as a backup in case email goes down or you lose your device. I may or may not be dealing with a situation like this right this very minute…
@daljo628 Yea I got some old pita bread over h… oh wait… PS Vita! Oh nevermind. Don’t have one of those.
@daljo628 Man I hate sleeping in hammocks. They hurt.
@daljo628 A solution that ships is much better than the perfect solution that never gets off the ground.
@daljo628 It’s not just money constraints but time constraints. Story of an organization using a developer building a highly customized theme and it didn’t work the day it was supposed to go live. Biting off more than they could chew resulted in scrambling at the last minute.
@daljo628 “CMSes are simple. I should just build my own” – something every developer has thought at one point or another. This is a bad idea 99.999% of the time.
@daljo628 Junkyard Wars TV Show: Teams that won got something that could work at the end of the day versus trying to build the ultimate robot that didn’t work.
@daljo628 Iteration is not failure. Your first step at something doesn’t need to last forever – just long enough to get you to the next step.