I recently gave a talk about WP-CLI at WordCamp Israel 2016. I thought it would be interesting to actually demo WP-CLI in real time, rather than use boring slides. I used OS X split screen mode, with a terminal window on one side, and a browser on the other showing the site I’m creating and editing: The tricky part was to not have to […]
Having recently started using a treadmill desk, I wanted to automate actions on OS X as I switched from the regular desk to the treadmill. For example, turn on Bluetooth, switch the audio output device, etc. Sure, I can do that by creating an Automator script I’d run somehow, but I was curious to see if I could make it […]
I started running a few months ago, with Runkeeper as my running app. The UI made sense, the audio cues were useful, and I liked the fact that friends were using it too and sharing their efforts. Yet, too often my runs appeared like this: I’m inclined to blame the phone’s GPS, but I expect the app to be […]
WordCamp Europe 2015 was a superb event, and I’m happy I was able to present. In this talk, I’ve tried to focus on things that are sometimes overlooked when dealing with localization and internationalization. Video Slides Localization: beyond translation from Yoav Farhi
Really excited about today’s launch of our new front-end translation tool for WordPress.com.
From The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon:
A couple of days ago, Time Magazine published “How Popular Will Your Name Be in 25 Years?” – it’s a fun and interesting analysis of the US Social Security Administration’s baby name data. The part I loved most? The source code for this project is available on Time’s GitHub page. Amazing.
Originally posted on Ryan Boren:
I must invoke the ultimate verb followed by yeah, because fuck yeah sounds about right when you get valued at a billion dollars for giving away most of your intellectual property and doing something that you’d do anyway because it is a part of your soul and your identity, because it…
We’ve been eating from the lettuces and arugula for some time now, but getting the first carrots out of the ground was something quite special. Jonathan and I couldn’t resist taking a few bites before I got my camera. The peas were brilliant too, unlike everything I’ve ever tasted. And I think the zucchini is […]