Wow, I can’t believe the last post I made was way back before summer. While I intended to take a little time off, I didn’t think that I had that that much time slide by. I guess my workload has gotten the better of me. But not to fear, there’s always plenty to talk about. One topic I’ve been trying to get more into is Git. Slowly over the past few weeks I’ve been building a document that will act as a series of posts to introduce novices and newbies to the world of versioning. If you’re like me, you’re extremely used to doing most of your work via a GUI and having to deal with the command line feels like stepping back in time. My tutorial on Git will help get you through that fear and show you how valuable it can be for just about any coding you do.
Next up I plan to update some of the older plugins here and re-factor the code to make them leaner and friendlier across more devices while retiring some others. And as always I’ll be sure to post my impressions on stupid web trends (can we stop vertical parallax scrolling please?), my impressions of stackoverflow, and interesting videos. And feel free to contact me if you would like me to cover any specific topics.