I have to admit I am a bit of a Seth Godin fan girl. I love his books, own probably most of them (including this beauty, from a Kickstarter campaign) and am a fairly regular reader of his blog.
I love reading food blogs, especially when they feature great pictures as well as interesting recipes. And all of this glutenfree! (You might even be able to cook these wonderful recipes with “regular” flower or noodles. 😉 )
Today, my learning task was (once more) GIT. Especially Git used in a team. I for myself on my local machine am pretty comfortable with Git. Using it in a team is a bit of a different story, especially if your team members are not quite as comfortable with it. Continue reading “Learning: Git for Teams”
The Taxifisch came about in resemblance of the memorable Babelfish of Douglas Adams’ Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. I very often unintentionally ended up in the position of being the intermediary between techies and “normal” people and actually grew to love the place.
The “Taxi” stands for either the taxi, the cab, or the verb “to taxi”. Both reflect movement, reaching a desired position.
Since it’s origin is in German the spelling is the spelling of the German word for “fish”.
And that’s how little rosy fish came about.
Drew McLellan, lead developer at Perch, wrote a pretty good article about rewrite rules, redirects and some other .htaccess wizardry. Thanks so much! Continue reading “Just read: URL rewriting for the fearful”
You love Terry Pratchett and know why it is essential to carry a towel at all times? Then you will probably have a lot of fun reading the “Thursday Next” series by Jasper Fforde. Thursday Next is the main protagonist in these “comic fantasy, alternate history novels”. Continue reading “Reading: The Thursday Next Series”
A short recap and some thoughts before it’s too long gone. Yeah, another WordPress event with lots of inspiring, smart and fun people. A big Thank You to the organizers and everybody who had a share in making it possible. More of it!
In a way I feel sorry I can’t be in London for the upcoming WordCamp. Then again I do need some time to implement all the stuff I learned in Berlin and in Leiden. But back to Berlin for now. Continue reading “This was WPCamp Berlin 2013”
On November 9th, 2013, it’s time for WPCAMP again. It will take place in Berlin and lots of cool people will be there.
We will be there as well and are looking forward to meeting old friends and new inspiring people. If you are attending don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Just finished reading “The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work” by Scott Berkun. In his recently published book he describes his learnings, experience and perception of WordPress.com and Automattic. An interesting read for everybody thinking about the future of work as well as people interested in WordPress and people who have been the driving force behind it. Continue reading “Reading: Looking behind the Scenes at Automattic”