I’m really excited to travel up to Minneapolis for WordCamp Minneapolis. I’m doubling down on WordPress and hope to attend a WordCamp every two months. I have family and friends in the area, and I hope to make it to WordCamp Minneapolis every year. Traveling Most WordCamps I attend are local to where I live […]
I just got back from my first WordCamp of 2015 and it was a good one! I’m hoping to make it to six this year (currently eyeing Minneapolis and OC Cali) Initial Thoughts Everything was much improved this year. Everything was very well organized and if there were any fires I didn’t notice them. Most […]
Hi Tri.be, My name is Casey. I’m your typical 21st century web developer. I have a BS software engineering degree from a nice state university. I have a few years experience doing assorted tech jobs at different companies: support, administration, development. I thought Silicon Valley was good last night, and only in the way Mike […]
http://paxbalkana.org A few months ago I had the pleasure of meeting Daria Borislavova White, a native of Bulgaria and a JMU doctoral student. Daria works in international peace keeping and counseling. At the time we met, she was exhibiting an art gallery titled “Baba’s Wisdom” on the JMU campus. Baba’s Wisdom is “a tribute to […]
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I’m building a new plugin and need many-to-many relationships between two custom post types. I believe the built in ability to make complex relationships between data will be necessary if WordPress wants to make the final transition to a full featured Content Management System. I love WordPress and I think skeptics will love it more if they had stronger control over their models.
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