Hello World, Again

I’ve spent the last few years treating my blog posts like the children of a divorced couple who live on opposite ends of the world. I move them all every few months from platform to platform looking for a better home. From Blogger to WordPress. From WordPress to Jekyll. From Jekyll to WordPress. From WordPress… Continue reading Hello World, Again

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Pretty Print Relative Dates in Python

In this post, we will learn how to “pretty print” relative dates using the dateutil library in Python. Specifically, given a relativedelta object, we will print a string that represents the number of years, months, and days that have passed between two dates. Introduction I am working on a project called ManagerManager that helps me keep track of the… Continue reading Pretty Print Relative Dates in Python

Docker Compose for Local WordPress Development

Using Docker Compose for Local WordPress development is an excellent way to get up and running with WordPress development as quickly as possible. Benefits of Using Docker Compose for WordPress Development Traditionally, developing WordPress locally means that you must have PHP, MySQL, and Apache (or some other web server) installed on your local workstation. The complexity of… Continue reading Docker Compose for Local WordPress Development

Sitepoint is filled with Bullshit

If you haven’t seen Brad Frost’s masterpiece commentary on the state of the internet, check that out before you continue reading. I was fiddling around with a WordPress plugin recently and searched for some tips on how to add customized Meta Boxes to my plugin. Thanks to SEO the first 10 pages of Google are… Continue reading Sitepoint is filled with Bullshit

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