I’m using Test Driven Development (TDD) for the first (and second) time on a couple of side projects. Here are some further reflections on the process and issues I’ve come across.
My college computing teacher, Ray Burcham, is raising money for the Great Western Hospital radiotherapy unit. This will mean that cancer patients don’t have to travel 30 miles to Oxford for daily cancer treatment. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/raymond-burcham This man is the reason… Continue Reading →
This is the cool kid I get to hang out with on Thursdays. 😍
I’m going on the journey of building a simple, private, self-hosted, cookie-free analytics tool that I’m calling Kownter. I may fail. But it will be fun and interesting! Come along!
As a developer, I think I’m coming around to the idea of the new WordPress Gutenberg editor. Here’s my updated thoughts and reflections.
TDD is a BIG change of mindset for development. Here’s my initial thoughts after paddling around in the shallow end for a little bit.
Gutenberg will be great for new projects going forward, but I’ve yet to be convinced that enabling it for all sites when they update to WordPress 5.0 is a good idea. So my plan is not to.
It does seem that the expectations that the church puts on people don’t match with how a lot of people live out the month of December.