I love side projects. They are what wake me up at night with excitement; they are what causes light bulbs to flash on inside my brain while walking my dog; they are what motivate me when all other motivation is lost; they are the distraction from my worries; they are a fundamental part of who I am as a developer; and they are an integral part to the success of so many of this world’s greatest developers and business owners.
Be responsible. Noted.
Source: An open letter on side projects
Since early child hood, I have always been a do-it-myself individual. It is an attitude I attribute largely to the way my father raised me and my brother. The three of us were always working around the farm making repairs and handling new construction. We did our own plumbing, electrical work, mowing, cleaning, car maintenance, and everything else. My family was reasonably well off financially so we could have hired plumbers, electricians, mechanics, etc, if something needed built or repaired, but that just was not in our nature.
Nice team. Really nice if could be one of this kind of team.
Source: One year since I stopped going it alone
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been giving some thought about building a typography control class for the WordPress customizer. I started to write a tutorial…
Source: Customizer typography project
Probably worth to check this Customizer Typography. And probably could be used too.
At first, thought need to add “nofollow” to all the links here. But on the second thought, it’s better not. Hopefully, it’s a right decision.
A quick guide on how to set up Nodejs and run the hello node application. We will also write our own http server that runs and node.
Finally! It’s a start. Looking forward to another (done) tutorial. ????
Nice explanation of NodeJS. Simple, yet complex.