WordCamp.org now has an RSS feed that announces when new WordCamps are scheduled.
I came across a post on WP Recipes about programmatically logging users in, but it seemed like a flawed approach because it duplicated parts of Core’s internals rather than using the API. So, I can up with my own version:
My normal setup is to plug my Macbook into two external monitors, and leave the clamshell itself closed. and then when I travel I disconnect it and just use the built-in monitor. Lately I’ve been running into a problem when I open up Firefox on the Macbook, after disconnecting from the external monitors. Everything is […]
The video from my presentation on the Model-View-Controller pattern at WordCamp Columbus 2013 is now available on WordPress.tv.
I just released a new plugin into the WordPress.org repository, and am fairly confident that it’s secure, but since it modifies some of the default login behavior, I’d love to get some extra eyeballs on the code. To that end, I’m offering a $150 Amazon.com gift certificate* to anyone who can find a significant vulnerability. By “significant”, […]