Announcing newuserapprove.com

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In an attempt to offer better support for the New User Approve plugin, I have recently created a new site – newuserapprove.com. Not a lot of content is yet available but it is slowly getting added. The idea is to just start adding documentation, a mailing list, announcements, etc. Soon enough, I’ll be making some… Read more »

Now Working At SciTools

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SciTools

On May 5th, I started a new job working for SciTools (LinkedIn profile) here in St. George. I have been there almost a complete 3 months and things have been going great. Working with great people on great products at a really good job makes a big difference.

Back to Blogging?

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For a while now, I’ve been wanting to get back to creating content. In fact for the past few years, I’ve been wanting to do so. It feels like a good time to start blogging again. I’m not entirely certain what I’ll be writing about. I have some ideas but I’m sure some of it… Read more »

Thoughtful Response

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Yesterday, I got a request from a contact to be connected on LinkedIn. I accepted the connection and then was taken to the LinkedIn site where I shown a lot of people that I possibly knew. For some reason, I went through the list and added some connections. A colleague of mine that I haven’t… Read more »

WordPress Plugins as Frameworks

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I noticed earlier today an interesting video in the WordPress.tv feed. Marc Lavallee & Wes Lindamood: Plugins are Blueprints talk about how they use plugins as a starting point to get to an end. I like what they had to say. It reminded me of what WordPress plugins are missing. A few years ago, my thinking shifted in… Read more »

Yahoo Boss Plugin Update 0.7

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Last night I took some time to make some minor updates to my Yahoo Boss plugin. No features were added – just fixed a few bugs and cleaned it up some. Here is a list of the changes: Options page has been cleaned up with a sidebar for meta information with links for support, donations,… Read more »

My Own Freelance Switch

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Last week, I began my career as a full-time freelance web developer. This is something that I have been wanting to do for quite sometime and I am really excited to get this portion of my career going. You’re probably thinking that I am crazy. You’re not alone. My wife does. I think I’m crazy too…. Read more »

WordCamp Seattle

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For the past few months, me with a group of other volunteers have been trying to get the groundwork laid for WordCamp Seattle. Up to this point, it has been a great experience. I have met some great people and am excited to meet many more. Last month, after calling what seemed like hundreds of… Read more »