Jeff Chandler talks about burnout and the struggle for WordPress news sites to make money. Interesting timing.
I wrote a shell script that creates a new WordPress install in MAMP (directory, database, and security keys) based on your input into the prompts and sends you to wp-admin/install.php upon completion. I use it for every project and put it up on GitHub for others to use or fork.
Five tips for networking at an online conference from Michelle Frechette and the WordPress community.
Pippin has written a nice post about why we should be writing code every single day. I love this, in theory 🙂
Hey Club members, here are some highlights of what Brian and I are working on for you: The way I view business and improvements is just like software. Sometimes you have smaller releases and sometimes big releases, and always fixing bugs in the system. The Post Status Club to me is in v.5.1.1 currently. And…
Nathan Barry discusses the benefits of simple “realignments” in website design versus (potentially) unnecessary full redesigns. That’s something I’ve heard a lot: if something isn’t good enough, it’s time to redo it. Sometimes that’s necessary, but more often you should use the foundation you already have to get closer to perfect. James didn’t need a…
Chris Jean, of iThemes, has done a nice job summarizing the recent flood of WordPress brute force login attacks, along with ways to prevent them. There is also a Codex page on handling brute force attacks that’s getting a lot of effort put into it right now.