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Breaking My Twitter

I think that you would have had to have tried to miss the trending hash-tag a week or so ago. I’m not certain that Twitter was prepared for the firestorm that they stirred with their action…whether or not they were, they certainly seemed to have not cared. Most serious users of Twitter, though, were outraged […]

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DrupalCon Nashville: Throughts on Drupal and Decoupled Architecture

About two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit Nashville for the first time and attend my second DrupalCon, the U.S. conference for Drupal. Nashville is a fantastic city with a lot to do and see, even if country music isn’t your thing (it isn’t mine). Pro tip? Your Lyft drivers can tell you […]

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Layout Builders and Trends: What Gutenberg is Doing Wrong

The web tends to be a trendy place, and no, I’m not talking about cat memes. I mean that, although we’re professionals, I find that the web really feels remarkably as though we’ve never left high school in our incessant need to “hang with the cool kids.” Trendy technologies come and go (I’m looking at […]

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JavaScript and WordPress: Thoughts on the React Debate

The web is moving steadily toward being an API-driven medium, and JavaScript is playing a huge role in that. However you feel about it, it’s a fact. Over the past year or so, I’ve found some general consensus among other developers. Front-end developers are thrilled, because this opens up a brand new realm of possibilities. […]

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Magento 2: The Good, The Bad, and Everything in Between

Magento 2 has, of course, been with us for a bit, now. If you’re running a Magento storefront, or if you’ve considered doing so, you’ve almost certainly read about this new version. Magento 2 is a dramatic change from Magento 1.x, both for the end-user and the developer. I’ve (finally) taken some time to experiment […]