One of my clients uses a 1.5TB sized bucket on Amazon S3 and regularly needs to have a file removed because of copyright claims or something like that. It’s mostly a legacy bucket without any proper file structure. You can imagine searching through all of the folders is something of a nightmare. At least manually. […]
With 60K+ plugins available, WordPress pretty much allows you to add any functionality you like. Versatile, but not smart to do just anything in WordPress. Here’s 2 things you should never (want) to do in WordPress. Security I’ll start with the most obvious one and that’s the use WordPress security plugins. Solving bad actors and […]
Nathan let me be on This Week in WordPress again. As always, we talked about whatever happened in the WordPress Ecosphere the past week. I may or may not have had a few things to say, so check it out.
Sometimes it’s the little things going wrong that collectively over time start to become annoying. Contacts spread over various accounts in one such a thing (for me). If that’s you as well, here’s how I fixed it. A couple of assumptions here before you start. You’re living in Apple land; we’re talking Mac and iOS […]
I’m here in Portugal for the 8th IRL edition of WordCamp Europe, and I was interviewed by Nathan Wrigley from the WP Tavern podcast on the origins of the WordCamp Europe. Check it out!
I was a guest on the latest Do The Woo podcast with Brad Williams and BobWP. We talked about me decision to go back to my Truer than North agency and leaving Servebolt. Check it out!
… to you when you’re busy making other plans. It’s a famous quote by John Lennon that proves to be true time and time again. At least for me. Yesterday, I’ve let everyone at Servebolt know I would leave them. I found myself wanting to pursue personal (business) goals that required me to be fully […]
Together with Ines, I was guest on Nathan Wrigley’s WP Builds podcast and we talked, per usual, about the news of the week passed in WordPress land. Check it out.