I have a tiny site, sign-in-sheet.com, that was an experiment to see if ads can pay; they can, but it’s a tiny site, with tiny revenues. Continue reading Some Notes on Site Migration to WordPress
I’m writing this to post on uTest, a testing outsourcing platform. I have wanted to get a testing job for a while, but lacking anything on my resume that makes me look like a tester (rather than a programmer or a general dilettante), seems to get me nowhere. So, uTest seems like as good an avenue as any to learn formal testing. It’s not as magical as I thought it would be, so far… but that’s the case with most IT tasks, right? Continue reading A Coder’s Perspective on REST API Testing
…means Hypermedia As The Engine Of Application State, but what does that mean?
Hypermedia means links out to video, images, etc. It think in HATEOAS it also refers to links out to other parts of thigher-levelhe REST API. Continue reading HATEOAS
A few companies sell this service, and I looked into it. While conversion and existing layout to a WordPress theme isn’t too hard to create a rudimentary theme that replicates an existing website. Is this a valuable service? Is it going to help the site? Answers withing. Continue reading Converting HTML Layouts into a WordPress Theme
This is the third in a series about writing WP-CLI commands. The previous article explained how to import CSV files into a database table. In this, we describe how to add documentation.
Continue reading Adding a WP-CLI Command to Your Plugin, Part 3