This tutorial will walk you through creating a photo site with WordPress.com and GatsbyJS. The second part includes GraphQL and our desired layout.
This tutorial will walk you through creating an Instagram clone with WordPress.com and GatsbyJS. It breaks the project down into six parts and walks you through them in detail.
This past week (December 4-10) was Hour of Code week hosted by Code.org. It’s a worldwide event where millions of students across 180+ countries work through activities related to code and technology.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve explored using the WordPress.com API and GatsbyJS to rebuild my personal site. This post talks a bit about my experience and details why I ultimately decided not to stick with Gatsby.
In January of 2016, I wrote about my system for organizing a week pulled from Deep Work. Here’s a refresh of my GTD system including Simplenote and Todoist.
Here are notes from a talk I gave at SupConf ATL rebuilding the onboarding process for our Business customers at WordPress.com.
Pulling together work from Cal Newport and Robert Greene, we touch on the basics behind building a career reputation to stand on.
Many would characterize themselves as passionate. Not many would say they’re angry. Here’s how the two differ and short list that makes me angry.
In a previous post, we touched on the skill of receiving feedback. In this follow-up we’re covering strategies for giving better feedback.
Here are three leadership principles I’ve pulled from great leaders including Navy SEALs, corporate leaders, and sports icons.