On May 18th Cate and I went to WordCamp Detroit. We both spoke. I talked about trends in ecommerce, and Cate talked about Working in WordPress. It was a small, one-day event, but it was quite fun, and we got to see some unexpected friends.
In which I post a photo of a disgruntled flamingo.
In which I talk about the travel I’ve experienced in the last several months.
My friends Kyle and Adam run a podcast together called get_options(). I am ashamed to admit I haven’t listened to any episodes (except one, you’ll see), but in my defense I don’t listen to any podcasts. I’ve been ON a few podcasts, but I didn’t even listen to those episodes. Anyway, I was talking with […]
This summer I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Austin twice. The first trip started on my birthday in July and lasted 4 days. The second trip was in August and lasted 2 weeks. Both times were for work, and both times I stayed at “extended stay” hotels, which means they had full kitchens, and much […]
In which I talk about my new job with BigCommerce as their WordPress Developer Evangelist.
In which I post some code for getting the array keys on either side of a given array item.
In which I describe the process whereby I forgave GoDaddy.
In which I talk about moving on to a new job once again.
In which I talk about what I learned with Google maps, specifically related to setCenter and fitBounds.