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My Year in Review – 2017

Truth is, I tried to title this post about three times before writing it, and blogging is hard – but …

PHP Resource Pools – Server Setup

A few months back, I started looking into automating my server environment, and php resource pools was completely vague to …

Ignore Negativity and Move On!

Sometime around 2013, maybe earlier, I got into WordPress, and faked my skills as much as possible. “I’m a WordPress …

Mailcatcher Nginx Config

Nginx configs for Mailcatcher are out there, but if you’re like me you want something simple. I mean it’s Nginx, …

How to Download FTP Files in WordPress

Recently, I was given the opportunity to work on a really cool importing project that involved us pulling data from an …

Developer Devolution: Why I Stopped Using Vagrant

Vagrant is an awesome tool and works really well–for most applications. At WDS, a LOT of our peeps use Vagrant for …

How to Avoid a Server Apocalypse

As we all know, running an un-managed server can be a hassle. There’s always something you’re not prepared for–and that’s …

Java: Woo Minecraft at it’s core!

Bridging WooCommerce and Minecraft was quite a large feat, especially when I was first getting into Java development. It’s been …

Java: Catching all Exceptions

So here’s the thing.  I’m not REALLY a Java guy. Yes I did, however, write most of the starting code …

From GPL to Commercial

For some time, I’ve had this one plugin, not many know it exists, and it literally had only ONE install, …

Back to Civilization

After the nuclear fallout that was my web-server crash, I finally took some time to bring the site back online. …

Common Freelancer Fails and How to Avoid Them

The freelancing world is a fierce place to be, and for a newbie freelancer, this is especially true. Competing against …

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