This is a really cool way to present a resume. Live demo + source code included.
Make sure to mention I referred you and they’ll bump you to the front of the queue 😉 t.co/ewrLfdan0Q
Work in a large codebase? Hate how hard it is to get anything done? See a new tool—a type checker, a framework, a test runner—and think “maybe this will fix it”?
The only fix is to put in the work. Investing the time needed to detangle complex things into simple ones.
“Comma comma comma comma comma chameleon” I mutter to myself as I fill out a zoo_animals.csv file by hand in a text editor.
“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.” – Martin Fowler
You should upvote it 😎
Should WordPress Maintenance Agencies Let Clients Install Plugins Themselves? taupe.cat/3cMW92M
Here’s the first “prototype” video for the series I’m working on, “Modern Sass with Modules”. This video covers getting set up with @SassCSS tooling. Feedback is greatly appreciated! taupe.cat/2AVxZ8S taupe.cat/3gysaie #Sass t.co/C4ezMeY2Es
In honor of today’s Leap Day, @office365 will be taking 24 hours of downtime to avoid having to change their name.
WordPress plugin developers 👋
I’m looking to chat to folks who have changed their plugin(s) from:
a free plugin with premium addons
a free plugin and Pro version, with all addons consolidated into the pro version
“Windows 95 was 30MB. Today we have web pages heavier than that!” buff.ly/2XIa9ov
Excited my hometown WordCamp is happening again in 2020!
Speaker applications are open for @wordcampdc 🙌
Nobody learns how to write good software without writing lots lots of bad software first. Don’t let fear that your code will suck paralyze you.
For all the end-of-year lists coming… before you give up and do:
Remember you can do:
<li>Highest number in list</li>
Did you know?
# of Web Servers
1998: ~1.6 million
1999: ~3.7 million
2000: ~9.5 million
2001: ~26 million
2002: ~36 million
2003: ~35 million
2004: more than ~46 million
2019: more than 1,717,077,725
We know the only elements in the <head> are meta, link, title, style, script, noscript, and base, but there are LOTS of things those elements can do.
🔖 C’mon people. It’s 2019. Use a fucking `label` and associate it with the field using the `for` attribute. If you can figure out React (or Angular or whatever), you can absolutely figure this out. adrianroselli.com/2019/09/an-htm…
If the browser sees an HTML element in the <head> that isn’t title, meta, style, script, base or link, it moves them to the <body>. That’s why there will never be a new element that belongs in the head, and we get weird stuff like <link rel=”preconnect”>.