A Christ-follower, husband, father, and WordPress Developer with Forum One.
As a developer and, in some areas, a perfectionist I’m always after better #development practices when working collaboratively. An I personally find value in the #commit history. As a #git user I appreciate detailed case from @ecampidoglio on the proper way to keep a clean commit history. The Case for Pull Rebase
I love this guide from Aaron on keys to maintaining a solid SCM history.
So I follow a lot of WordPress folks, given that I manage multiple WordPress sites and have been apart of multiple WordPress development efforts. Aaron Jorbin recently blogged about a few simple ways to blog more. Here’s my first pre-2017 blog post, taking Aaron’s advice. Peru, Illinois, United States of America
In an effort to make blogging an easy alternative I’ve given the WordPress app a prominent place on my phone dock. Looking forward to a new year of sharing!
Thursday was an ok day at work. I really didn’t feel like I was able to keep on task as well as I would have liked. I was able to make some progress on the CLB site, integrating the forums into the homepage. I also got to talking with Todd about the whole blogging thing. He had setup himself with a Blogger.com blog. I offered to host a WordPress blog for him, then we got on the sunject of creating a CLB Blog site. Not sure how much of a demand there might be for this. I think it might be cool if Synod Staff & Pastors had blogs through the CLB. I didn’t get out of work till like 6. I decided to take…
While I’m not actually training for a marathon right now, as my first actual race is to be the Fifth Third River Bank Run 5K, I think this is good stuff to start thinking about. I am looking to do the Grand Rapids Half Marathon in the Fall and I will need to work on a lot of these points.