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Looking for a Top Notch WordPress/PHP Developer

If you’re in Baltimore and are a developer, or if you are in Baltimore and know someone who is a developer… Heck, if you’re in DC and are a developer or know a developer, we need you. (You can be to work in under an hour on the MARC train).Some […]

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Skunkworks

Back in October, I announced my departure from WP Engine. At that time, though I didn’t talk about it on this blog, I decided to take some time off, more or less. Since 2006, I’ve been hard at work with very little time alotted to myself. I spent 2 years […]

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Changing Roles at WP Engine

For some time, I’ve felt there was a change coming and today, I’m ready to announce that my role within WP Engine is changing. Starting today, I have transitioned into an advisory and consulting role with the company. Effective immediately, I will be taking the portion of the business that […]

What's the Point?

The Most Expensive Question

The most expensive question you can ask a consultant is, “What else do you recommend?”
This seems like a simple thing. At least if you’re a consultant. Potential clients approach you and they know they need something done. They may have a good idea of what that something is and they may even be able to provide a wish list of things to get done. However, for all that preparedness they ruin it all for their budget by asking, “What else do you recommend?”

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Real hackers are invisible on SpongeFish

Real hackers are invisible on SpongeFish.

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BlackBerry, Upgraded, Aims to Suit Every User – NYTimes.com

BlackBerry, Upgraded, Aims to Suit Every User – NYTimes.com.

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BASH Script for WordPress Backups

A lot of people are worried about backing up their WordPress installs on a regular basis. I know. I get that. Here’s a script you can use if you have access to the shell. Put this sucker on cron (For many Linux distributions, you can put it in 1/etc/cron.daily if […]

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Your Resumé is Causing Hiring Companies To Laugh At You (Revised)

I wrote this article, originally on August 2, 2007, long before the current economic slowdown and jobless numbers. The Department of Labor is reporting a national 8.5% unemployment rate, a number we have not seen since 1983. Nearly 1 in 10 Americans have no job, and those are just the […]

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Twitter Helping Twitter Find Jobs

Late last night, the #rtjobs hashtag showed up on my radar over on Twitter. It was being championed by @You2Gov as a mechanism to help connect those looking to fill positions with those looking for work. Naturally, I fall into this last group but I often hear about jobs that […]

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