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I started this website as a place to share my portfolio and projects, but slowly started documenting solutions to problems I ran into while doing professional development. As I grow, I hope to help other developers fill in their gaps of knowledge, learn difficult concepts fully, and learn technologies that will boost their career.

There are lots of developers out there, but the ones who seek to improve and learn ultimately end up at the top.

I mainly teach custom WordPress development, Sage.io WordPress stack, Laravel Blade Templating, JavaScript(ES6), and CSS/SCSS.

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  • Easy Inline SVGs With Sage 9/Blade Templates

    Inline SVGs are a lesser known trick for performant assets. Using them in traditional static sites is problematic due to how verbose they are. Inline SVGs can be anywhere from a few lines of code to a hundred! Not the prettiest solution. That is why it’s much better to use a component based approach. Using […]

  • Advancing Your WordPress Workflow: Managing ACF Field Groups The Right Way

    If you develop custom WordPress themes, there’s no doubt ACF (pro) is in your toolbox. Simply put, it feels like a natural extension for developing custom themes. If you still haven’t picked up this tool, I’d recommend hopping over to their website and see what you’ve been missing. Out of the box, you get powerful […]

  • Make Internet Explorer Cross Browser Testing Less Painful With SCSS

    We’ve all been there. We don’t want to do it, we don’t think we need to do it, but it’s necessary. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer (11) is a necessary evil for most business requirements. Certain businesses even require earlier versions than that. *shudder* Fair warning, this article is only keeping the most recent version(11) in mind. […]

  • Learning Programming Fundamentals the FUN Way, In Any Language

    What timeless advice welcomes fresh programmers? Yes, you guessed it. Fundamentals. Learn how to code in pure JavaScript before learning a framework like Vue.js. Whatever your stack may be, the advice remains rock solid. Learn fundamentals first before diving into the exciting, fancy world of web frameworks. There‚Äôs just one problem with this advice, especially […]

  • Testing File Uploads With Cypress.io

    Cypress is an end-to-end testing framework designed to provide coverage for front-end UIs. Learning how to automate tests has its learning curve, but the benefits grow with your application’s complexity. I was tasked to test a process that involves uploading multiple types of files. In particular, application/pdf and image/* mime-type files. Doing this with Cypress […]

  • Git Amend: How To Edit Your Last Commit

    Git’s amend command is so simple, yet so powerful. I personally use it multiple times a day and even have a bash alias for it. Why is amending so useful? The answer is simple: programmers make lots of mistakes. Mistakes are a part of the job. Git amend fixes mistakes as simple as a commit […]

  • WordPress: How To Create a Custom Admin Button with ACF

    There comes a time in a WordPress theme’s life where custom PHP is needed. This can be a packaged plugin that’s used across multiple client sites, or a single theme. There are several ways to approach a custom admin button. A common approach is invoking a JavaScript function on click, then using AJAX to send […]

  • Linux | How To Easily Compress a Video With ffmpeg

    Every here and there, you may come across a use case where it’s necessary to reduce a video file by 50-80% without any noticeable loss of quality. Often times it’s for front-end performance reasons, but can also come in handy if a server has an upload limit(50MB on a typical WordPress site for example). There […]

  • 5 Useful Time-Saving Bash Aliases

    Defining bash aliases has always been a neat little trick for saving time on the command line. When learning about aliases, a few ideas may immediately jump out. There are also some you may not have thought about. I hope to uncover at least one of those. In this post, I’ll list 5 of my […]

Featured Posts

  • Testing File Uploads With Cypress.io

    Cypress is an end-to-end testing framework designed to provide coverage for front-end UIs. Learning how to automate tests has its learning curve, but the benefits grow with your application’s complexity. I was tasked to test a process that involves uploading multiple types of files. In particular, application/pdf and image/* mime-type files. Doing this with Cypress […]

  • Advancing Your WordPress Workflow: Managing ACF Field Groups The Right Way

    If you develop custom WordPress themes, there’s no doubt ACF (pro) is in your toolbox. Simply put, it feels like a natural extension for developing custom themes. If you still haven’t picked up this tool, I’d recommend hopping over to their website and see what you’ve been missing. Out of the box, you get powerful […]

  • Getting Sassy: 3 Useful Ways To Use SASS Mixins

    For years now, SASS has given CSS the functionalities that native CSS wish it could. These includes variables, selector nesting, mixins, extends, and much more. One simple but very powerful thing SASS gives you is the ability to outsource a similar set of style rules into a reusable “function”. This lets you centralize style logic […]