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For Better Or Worse, The Ease Of Google Services And Devices For Kids

My daughter knows exactly how to send email on our Chromebooks and managed to do so, sending an email to my wife, without any prior direction from me. #kids #technology #parenting #gmail #email #education To provide some context, our home network and devices are all pretty well locked down and managed. Our 7 & 9 […]

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Better SSH Authentication with Keybase

I love the concept of SSH Key CAs and signing user keys. #security https://keybase.io/blog/keybase-ssh-ca

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Have I Arrived? Maybe In The Eyes Of Some

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Talking WPRig and Theming in the Gutenberg Era with Morten Rand-Hendricksen

This month we’re taking a look at the WPRig WordPress framework from its developer Morten Rand-Hendricksen. This will be a live remote presentation with Q&A as time allows. If you want to learn more ahead of the meetup, follow this link¬†https://wprig.io/ “Pave the cowpath” – WordPress could be the thing that paves the cowpath for […]

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WordPress Meetup 3/21/19

Show & Tell WPRig – Morten Rand-Hendrickson (to be next guest speaker) Bold Grid Cloud WordPress Repo Testing – WordPress Theme/Plugin Tester Poopy.Life – Temporary WordPress Installs BrowserStack – Website/Browser Testing Service Grav – Static Site CMS Statamic – Static Site Generator Hugo – Static Site Generator Strattic – Static Site Generator for WordPress Caldera […]

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The Road Of Lifelong Learning To Be A Better Developer – Using Git Better

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