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Where I’m NOW at with WordPress: Gutenberg as a developer

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.

Where I’m at with WordPress: Gutenberg – as a business owner and developer

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.

Where I’m at with WordPress: Gutenberg – as a user

I just wanted to write – and, I’m sad and sorry to say – Gutenberg got in the way and I just wanted to turn it off.

A standing ovation for WordCamp London 2017

This year’s event was supremely well-run, full of quality content, and just what I needed as I head into a busy-looking year. Thank you to all involved.

WordCamp London 2017: How and why to use screencasts to train users

I’m speaking again at this year’s WordCamp London. Find out more about my talk on screencasts for user training.

Forays into WordPress Technical Developer Screencasts

Perhaps I should be a teacher after all? The whys and hows of my first forays into technical developer screencasts.

What will WordPress be?

Change is upon us! If you work with WordPress, that is. I won’t go into details on the WordPress REST API that’s going to be a part of the software soon, or of “Calypso” which is a new tool forĀ edit… Continue Reading →

WordPress Commercialisation Concerns

A bunch of incomplete thoughts about the openness and commercialisation of WordPress

WP Quick Image update

Yay! Pushed out v0.2 of WP Quick Image. It now lets you set a category, tag and other options for posts. See https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-quick-image/

Achievement obtained: WordPress core contributor

Achievement obtained: WordPress core contributor

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