I’m in the terminal every day at work, especially when working on our pair of web servers at work, or my personal one. Over the years, I feel like I’ve gotten really adept at doing things efficiently and quicker than through a GUI for a ton of tasks, but this challenge is a good eye opener about how much more I could be doing and learning to do via the command line.
Posts Tagged ‘Development’
It’s a question that’s asked of me a lot. When do you need to redo your site? It’s something I want to deep dive into in a post here in the near future.
In the meantime, check out the article linked below that just brushes the surface of some reasons why you may need to consider redoing your site.
I came across this today as I was exploring new web hosting for work and personal sites. It seems there’s a project that allows you to create, maintain and update WordPress sites via the command line (after a little bit of setup, of course).
I can see this as being nice for automating and managing a lot of sites, but overall, WordPress is already pretty sleek and usable via a bigger GUI.
That being said, I’ll likely play around with this at some point out of curiosity as much as anything else.
I tweeted this out Thursday, but wanted it on my site as well. There are some classics in this list. But yeah, probably only funny to developers. But then again, if you’re not a developer, what are you doing here anyway?
Hat tip to Ben for finding and sharing this with the Centerline Interactive Team.
Awesome infographic walking developers (and designs with some CSS and HTML chops) through responsive development. The section on media queries and where to choose to cut up the different resolutions is invaluable, and print and post worthy.
Hat tip, Ben for sharing this one.