Today at WordCamp San Francisco, Matt Mullenweg presented the plan for the upcoming 3.7 and 3.8 releases of WordPress. In a nutshell, they will be small, developed in parallel, and (assuming all goes to plan) both released by the end of 2013. This is hugely exciting! The plan for these two releases makes sense and […]
Last time, I talked about what it would be like if WordPress supported sessions. Well, I decided to put my money where my mouth is and actually took the time to build it. I’m proud to announce the very first release of an implementation of WP_Session.
Yesterday, my news feed included an article about a particular retailer’s proposed tax on IE7 users. The first article made it sound like a good idea – users checking using an older browser faced an added 6.8% “tax” meant to address the additional effort required to support the older system. I was constantly on the […]
The first thing I do when building any new piece of software is build a prototype. Many times, though, that prototype is on paper, not on the the computer. I’d much rather get all the kinks worked out before investing any time staring at a glowing screen wondering why X doesn’t do Y like it’s […]