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  • WordCamp London 2017

    Today I have the honor of returning to WordCamp London, which I haven’t attended since 2013, as a speaker. I’ll be giving a talk this afternoon on practical encryption that covers the basics of what encryption is, what it does and how it can be used in some of our every day communications. If this is […] The post WordCamp London 2017 appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Becoming a Professional Developer Is More Than The Latest Library

    As a teacher and speaker one of the questions I’m often asked is which language/technique/etc should an aspiring developer learn first to get a job as fast as possible. Most of these folks are ambitious and capable but, in following many over the course of the years, I find few ever become great at what they do […] The post Becoming a Professional Developer Is More Than The Latest Library appeared...

  • A Review of 2016 with a Preview of 2017

    For as much bad as I’ve seen in 2016 I can say, at least for me, it wound up finishing on a really positive note. I guess I can say, at least with the factors I can control, that I feel like 2017 has more promise that any year in recent memory. We’re settling in, […] The post A Review of 2016 with a Preview of 2017 appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

  • Escaping Late Doesn’t Require Escaping Often

    For the most part the idea that you can never have too much security rings true. A good firewall, smart account management, following coding standards and best practices… These are all good things but, as with anything else you can have too much of a good thing. In this case I’m talking about proper escaping of […] The post Escaping Late Doesn’t Require Escaping Often appeared first on Chris Wiegm...

  • Reflections of a WordPress Developer

    It’s now been over six full years since I first started really working with WordPress. September 20th, 2010 is when I first opened my WordPress.org account to submit a small plugin I built that afternoon. Six years later I can say without reservation that I’m so glad I chose to get involved with the project both […] The post Reflections of a WordPress Developer appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

  • Vagrant is Not The Answer For Everyone

    After working with Vagrant for nearly three years and even writing a post on how great it is I can now say without hesitation that it is not the solution I thought it was. I don’t say that lightly either as I’m about to launch version 4.0 of my Primary Vagrant project. Instead I say it […] The post Vagrant is Not The Answer For Everyone appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

  • I have a voice

    It’s been years since I really blogged on here regularly. Sure, I’ll get up a post or two every now and then but I haven’t really written anything since 2013-2014. The irony: for most of that time I’ve spent more time working on the code for this site than I ever have. These last few […] The post I have a voice appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

  • Onward and Upward

    What a year so far (I’m finding it hard to believe it isn’t over yet). For the first time in a while I find myself getting back into the swing of things with this website as well as personal projects such as Better YOURLs and Primary Vagrant, the latter having received a nearly complete rewrite […] The post Onward and Upward appeared first on Chris Wiegman.

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