Closing hosting and some other topics. Total 26 posts.
- My Plans For 2016 (What Are Yours?) | Tom McFarlin – Already made one. But not ready to publish it
- Learn a New Programming Language? | Tom McFarlin – The conclusion is explaining enough:
That is, I try to following along with blogs and people on Twitter who are talking about emerging technologies, read articles on it, bookmark things that may seem useful in the future, and simply make sure that I’m aware of what can be done and what is available should I ever need to use them.
But at the end of the day, I continue to stay focused on a core set of technologies in order to help continue maturing my existing skill set,…
- Why we should stop using Grunt & Gulp – Just when starting to use Grunt, now should stop?
- Comparing Gulp And Grunt For WordPress Developers – The battle continues. And (not) surprisingly, it linked to previous post too.
- Some Chrome extensions:
- 10 Extension Chrome bagi web designer untuk meningkatkan produktifitas – Belajar Web Design – WhatFont and Chroma seems worth to try.
- Handy Free Chrome Browser Apps and Extensions for WordPress Users – Already using WordPress Admin Bar Control. And it’s useful.
- 35 Handy Chrome Extensions And Apps For Developers – Some looks good and tempting to try.
- The Grid Ruler Chrome Extension | Tom McFarlin – Already using PageRuler extension. But this one seems to work a bit different.
- Finishing all hosting articles left:
- The Ultimate Guide To Choosing A WordPress Host – Smashing Magazine – Just realize there is another hosting category: the “real” Dedicated Servers. Or it’s called “Bare Metal” Server in here.
- When Should You Change Your WordPress Web Hosting (Top 7 Key Indicators) – The point is, if your hosting provider is s*ck, then just switch away.
- Best WordPress Hosting for Startups – WP Mayor – WP Engine and SiteGround mentioned here.
- Best WordPress Hosting Comparison 2016: Definitive Guide – A very complete guide. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel are the top three here. SiteGround only categorized as Second Tier.
- WordPress Hosting Review 2016: The Results | WPShout – The result almost similar to previous one. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel. Digital Ocean finally came up. SiteGround is listed as Popular. And just know if the likes of BlueHost, HostGator and some others are owned by one “Large” Group. And should be avoid, agreed.
- WPLift is for Sale … And a Look Back: Weekly WordPress News. – Another business for Sale. Is the economy hard? Or just don’t have enough resources (times etc.) ?
- State of The Word 2015: Would like to watch the video itself. But apparently, don’t have minutes to do that at the moment. So reading three summary articles, think it’s enough to get the gist of it.
- Talking about the future of WordPress. Or what to do with WordPress in 2016.
- How I (as a WordPress Developer) am Improving Myself In 2016 | Winwar Media
- Automattic Could Go Public In 2016, Report Says | @thetorquemag
- WordPress in 2016: How the REST API and Calypso Will Force Change
- The Future of WordPress Plugins: What’s on the Horizon for 2016 and Beyond?
- WordPress in 2016 | Noel Tock
- WordPress in 2016 – Where is it going?
- The Languages And Frameworks You Should Learn In 2016 | Tutorialzine – Lots of choices. But yesterday’s conclusion keeps reminding what need to do.
- What’s the Best Programming Language to Learn in 2016? – Rather different with previous one. It starts with several survey results.
But like it said,
never choose a language from survey results
And like the closing too,
Finally, never be afraid of picking the wrong language … there are no wrong ones. There are those that aren’t best suited to a specific project, but you’ll only discover that by trial and error. Pick an interesting project, choose any language and get going.
- Chromium Blog: Chrome custom tabs smooth the transition between apps and the web – Already experience this feature in some apps, like Feedly and WordPress Mobile. But just know it’s called Custom Tab.