I’m speaking again at this year’s WordCamp London. Find out more about my talk on screencasts for user training.
Perhaps I should be a teacher after all? The whys and hows of my first forays into technical developer screencasts.
New iOS/OSX Markdown notes app “Bear” isn’t for everyone, but if you’re an Apple-using, Markdown-writing power user, it’s excellent. My new favourite.
TL;DR: We’re coding for the web all wrong. And it’s mostly because of the languages we’re using. We’re piling hack upon hack upon hack. Good coding principles and practices are becoming more common in web development, but I can’t help wishing we… Continue reading →
Some un-structured thoughts on Google’s (AMP) project and Facebook’s Instant Articles and how they might affect small publishers.
I recently re-launched hasyourbabyarrivedyet.com, my super, super simple birth announcement service. I’ve rewritten it in Laravel: a PHP-based rapid application development framework. And one thing I learned is that launching even a super, super simple web application in public is… Continue reading →
A bunch of incomplete thoughts about the openness and commercialisation of WordPress