Below is a graphical representation of what I’m proposing as a new development process/environment for my larger WordPress sites. I want your feedback. This doesn’t include all the details. For instance, WordPress configuration files have to be customized for each server, database usernames should be specific to each environment, etc. But should this flow work?
Three months ago I started using a Macbook Pro for work. I really love a lot of things about the hardware and the software, but being a Windows user in my previous life there have been a few things to get used to and some things I think are just really dumb. No merge?! Ironically, … Continue reading My OS X Frustrations
Just a quick note that will hopefully save you some time. If you are trying to clone a GitHub repository using git:// you will run into fatal: unable to connect to github.com. You can switch to using the https:// protocol instead. Further, submodules will need to be called with the git:// protocol as well. This … Continue reading HostGator needs you to use https, not git when cloning or adding submodules
I just started work for Santander Consumer USA last month. It’s my first taste of the corporate world, having worked for a startup company right out of college and then several years as a freelancer. Wanting to become more acquainted with the possibilities and/or restrictions in the corporate world I figured I might take a … Continue reading Fortune 100 Websites
I’ve always wanted a reason to learn how to interact with Facebook’s APIs to make a social-rich website. I finally came up with the excuse. GuessAges is a new site I’ve launched for a bit of fun, but mostly as a “can I do it?” sorta thing. The point of the site is simple and … Continue reading GuessAges: A new side project