Recently I had my first opportunity to work on a Drupal site. There were several fixes the site needed and since I was new to Drupal so I knew I needed to get an easy to use local development tool. Luckily, I had attended my first meeting of the Boston Drupal Group a few weeks […]
Yesterday was my second visit to Hatch Fenway for Tech in Motion’s End of Year Celebration. One of my favorite parts of Hatch is decidedly low tech, the swing set! Below is a photo of the view from the swing set I took over the summer. Opening Presentation First Matt Rogers of JobSpring, the […]
While I’ve been making WordPress sites for several years I don’t have a starter theme that I use for my projects yet. Mostly I’ve been working on projects for other people, using their starter themes, editing existing themes, or doing work with child themes. Since I’m doing more work on my own I thought I […]
Recently it was recommended to me to read Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet by Andrew Blum and I was instantly curious. I’ve used the Internet for years and thought I had a good conceptual grasp of the Internet, but I’m always curious to learn a different perspective.
This past weekend I attended the inaugural WordCamp US in Philadelphia. It was a wonderful experience and amazing to see and meet many of the faces in the WordPress Community. The speakers were amazing, the venue was great, the food was wonderful, the vendors were generous and amazing! Thank you to the volunteers.