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Remote and Local WordPress Management

Remote management of WordPress sites is important to me. I manage a number of WordPress sites. I find myself, often, in the same situations doing the same things. Naturally, I wrote scripts to automate this. I made a software package out of these scripts and put them up in GitLab (you’re not still using GitHub […]

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GitLab Delete Bulk Issues

At the time of this writing (June 20, 2019), GitLab doesn’t have a feature to bulk delete issues. This is a real challenge for me right now. I’ve got builds auto-creating issues that have been ignored for months. I now have thousands of issues to remove. Save me  your lectures about maintenance and architecture. Let’s […]

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Development Environment

So, it’s been a long time since I posted what I use for development. At my current gig, I’m doing a lot of Node.js development. That entails much of the typical things with terminal, and using Grunt, Jasmine, Bower, etc … Here’s the stuff I use to get things done: 15″ Mac Book Pro (with […]

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HTML5 and CSS3 Works in IE

Well, kinda … CSS can be a major headache for unseasoned front-end developers. The intricacies of layout design and how different browsers interpret them is the bane of a designers existence. The most common problem we have is how IE has handled this. With a few tools though, sanity can be restored to UI development.vFirst, […]

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Google Reader and Zend_Http_Client Saves Time

I’ve been working a lot on Florida Death Metal lately. Part of that means that I need to know news, as it happens, from a lot of different sources. That can be difficult (and a pain in the ass) to keep track of. The last thing I want to do, is visit 50 different sites […]