If you’re reading the news, you’ve probably seen hoards of tech journalists up in arms about S.J. Resolution 34. In a nutshell, this is an agreement by Congress to overturn a rule passed late last year by the FCC. The rule itself prohibited Internet service providers (ISPs) from collecting and sharing data about their customers […]
Introducing a new, middleware-inspired session handler for PHP projects (not just WordPress) called Sessionz. It’s open source; take a look!
For some access, I use an anonymous VPN proxy. When publishers block that kind of a VPN, I instead roll my own network with a Raspberry Pi from home.
Thanks to the beauty of open source (and other, smarter developers who’ve already traveled down this rabbit hole), I don’t have to figure out how to set up a personal mail server on my own. All of the tools are readily available!
When I began writing code for WordPress projects, I had no idea how to properly internationalize my content, There were a few blog posts at the time that accused developers like me of doing a disservice to our customers. I took offense at the time, but they had a point. Internationalization is extraordinarily important for […]
Along the lines of the argument to make code easier to understand for quick readers, I want to propose something a little less radical and just as useful for devs: Deprecate the magic `__construct()` function.