Talks for my WordCamp Asheville 2016 talks Profiling Your Server: Tips & Tricks of the Trade and The WordPress REST API: What It Is, Why it Matters, and What You Need to Know About It are available below, and also on SlideShare. Thanks to everyone who came out! Hope to see you again next year! Photo courtesy of Olu […]
It’s been a few weeks and this post is long overdue. But I wanted to take a moment and call out a few really good talks from WordCamp Atlanta Awesome Talk Number One Tom McFarlin: The Truth about the Environment I’ve been meaning to make it to one of Tom’s talks for years now and finally […]
My slides from my WordCamp Atlanta 2016 presentation WAG the Blog: Using WordPress, Ansible, and Git to Build Your Website are available here. And the code for this presentation is available on Misfit Ideas‘ Github page. Thanks to all of you who stopped by! See you next year!
I gave a talk called Things You Always Wanted to Know About WordPress (But Were Afraid to Ask) at WordPress US. I’ve added the slides below. If there’s anything I missed, feel free to reach out and let me know!
Slides from my WordCamp Atlanta talk on HyperDB, MySQL Performance, & Flavors of MySQL are available here. Thanks for coming out!
Just a quick note: next week, I’ll be presenting at WordCamp Atlanta, giving a presentation on HyberDB. For those of you who will be coming, I will post my slides to Slidershare early this next week, and I’ll update this post with those slides. I plan to go over some key MySQL internals: Replication, Partitioning, […]
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So last week was WordCamp Atlanta 2014. I gave a talk there about caching, nginx, and CDNs. It was originally intended to be a talk about nginx, Varnish, and memcache, but I ended up changing it a bit at the last minute and focusing on caching, content delivery networks, nginx, and just making WordPress fast […]
In another life I might have been a writer. I guess one day I might get back into it. But for now I’m kinda digging web development. Thing is, there aren’t really that many great WordPress themes for writers. Flashiness often sells in this industry. Poorly coded themes that have 87 sliders and 184 different […]
Please note: I’ve added a tl;dr summary of this review below. My experience with Bidsketch The first time I used Bidsketch was about three months ago. I wasn’t that impressed. I’m new to this and most of my clients were coming from cold call responses to ads on WordPress job boards. About a month ago, things started […]