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February 2017 – Update

It’s been a while folks and folkettes. I wish I could say I haven’t posted in a while for good reasons but I honestly can’t. A combination of lots of work, and real life drama has gotten in the way of me posting. It’s also a little hard to feel inspired to make tutorials on coding when you kind of get burned out from working with code all day.

Don’t get me wrong I love coding. It’s the reason I do it for a living, but sometime you just want to Netfilx and Chill or go play some Witcher 3 rather than code some more after just finishing a day of building a WordPress theme.

What The Future Holds!

I will be back with more tutorials. I am considering doing smaller more compact tutorials though with the odd lengthy one. This is mainly because it takes so long to make longer tutorials. You have to figure out what to make, make it, make a host-able/suitable demo, figure out how best to explain it without confusing new coders and without sounding patronising to experienced coders… It’s a long process. That being said I enjoy it, I just don’t make (much) money from it and therefore can’t refuse work to do it.

Let Me Know!

With that said. What do you want to see tutorials about? CSS? Post-CSS? Git? HTML? Laravel? Is there anything I haven’t covered you’d like to see or something that I have previously covered but you want to see more detail about? Let me know in the comments or @paulbrobinson on Twitter.

The Site Was Broken

Yes, indeed it was. Due to WordPress’ absolutely monumental exploit. Apparently the site wasn’t updated quick enough to prevent someone from using the REST API exploit. It was pretty pointless though as I just restored a backup from before they edited anything, updated and fixed a minor server error that their exploits revealed to me… A win-win for me there I think.

About Paul Robinson

WordPress plugin & theme developer, user of Laravel and learner of React.js. Can usually be found listening to Japanese, and Korean Pop or Vocaloid music while developing.

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