So. Tinkering. This month was productive, but it also wasn’t. How to best explain that? Well, I had a freelance gig that I had to build out, and I learned a ton about the WordPress back-end, ZURB Foundation 6, and jQuery, but it wasn’t for personal hack-y projects. I did manage to get some geeky going, though, which is nice.
Tinkering/Nerdery: January 2018
Going to try to be more on-the-spot with these posts in 2018. In 2017, I was busy pretty much constantly and unfortunately, some of the tinkering fell by the wayside. So let’s chitchat about what went down in January of 2018, and what my nerdy goals for 2018 are.
Hacks: April 2017
“Well, shit, that month didn’t go so well, did it?” That was the first thing that went through my head when I started this draft and started thinking about what tinkering I’d done in April. Of course, I wasn’t really thinking about the fact that it was April 18th when I started the draft and that I had almost two full weeks left in the month. Here’s what I got after in April:
WordPress Code Snippets
https://managewp.com/enhanced-performance-code-snippets https://themeisle.com/blog/code-snippets-for-wordpress/ https://www.wpkube.com/code-snippets-wordpress/
Hacks: January 2017
It was a tough month for tinkering, but I did manage to get a few things done. Mostly little things, but in the interest of having a nice, complete record of my 2017 work, I’m updating anyway.
Ten Ideas for WordPress Plugins
It’d be fun to start a 10 Ideas blog, based on James Altucher’s idea of generating ten ideas a day, which is something I have mentioned in a previous post. Sometime during the dead-ish week between Christmas and New Years, I decided it’d be fun to take a stab at this for a month. Thus, I give you the first entry in the series, which will run for the month of January.