Fact 1: Tech “pundits” are feckless dolts who type anything they can think of as a headline just to get page views.
I caught an article on one of “those” sites the other day about Apple’s announcement that their Maverick’s update would be free was “the death of the paid operating system”. What an insipid and mindless statement that is.
With my full-time web development gig I do a lot of WordPress work. For clients, and internally. So I’m always looking out for and and doing my best to keep up with plugins and addons for WordPress that will make my job simpler and our clients happier.
One of the best things I’ve come across recently is a CMS plugin called Pods. Its feature rich – and has way more “under the hood” than I can easily mention here in passing. In fact I’ll probably end up posting more about it as I get deeper into it here in the coming weeks.
So we did it. Bought a house in Cali and we’re moving back. Colorado was fun, but in the end girl just didn’t like the snow. Continue reading
I’d stated other places on this site that I’ve been at this for a while now, having been earning my living as a web developer for well over 15 years now. The first “tool” I ever had for building sites was Homesite. Later, it was bought up by Macromedia and bundled with their development environment, and helped contribute to the advancements in Dreamweaver back when it first came out. And I used it for a good long time.
As the industry changed, my project and development needs changed too, and have utilised several other tools for a few years until I was introduced to Eclipse. It honestly changed everything for me, and created my current workflow. I’ve been using the Eclipse IDE for quite a while now for my development work, almost 5 years now. And to be honest, I’ve always loved its features and functions, and never really thought I’d ever stop using it.