We need to keep up with the latest and greatest technology so we can bring the most value into whatever job we’re doing. Or is that conventional wisdom? It’s a struggle. Source: The Latest and Greatest Technologies | Tom McFarlin
I’ve read practical tips on what you can do to work on becoming a better writer so others have an easier time reading your work, but I want your input, too. Shorter writing is good. Source: On Becoming a Better Writer | Tom McFarlin
Since still in the topic, so thinking it would be some round up and clean up.
Already covering all the marketplaces. So, it’s good then ?
Thinking about where confidence comes from, when there is so much we just don’t have time to learn. There’s a lot of key points from here. Probably going to create a separate post for listing them. Good read. Source: Confidence and Overwhelm
If budgeting your business is not something you’re not into doing, I get it, but it’s one of those things that should be done. Budgeting is of course important. Don’t have one for business, but use it for household. Source: You Should Be Budgeting Your Business | Tom McFarlin
A quick tip for sharing project files on OS X and Linux-based systems so that you can easily share them with peers. Basically it’s only how to zip files. Source: Sharing Project Files on OS X | Tom McFarlin
Reggie shows us the various ways we can get the Sass version of Bootstrap installed and ready for customization. Bootstrap is indeed a matter of variables customization. Source: Bootstrap Sass Installation and Customization
The WordPress REST API opens up a range of interesting new revenue routes for WordPress developers. Here’s our guide to four of them. The future of WordPress REST API is bright. Source: 4 New Revenue Routes The WordPress REST API Opens Up
Hope the new Account Pages design is not troublesome.