June 15th. Belgrade, Serbia. Today a couple of hours past noon, Matt Mullenweg took to the stage to tell the world what is coming next for WordPress. Much like it happens at the State of the Word, Matt started to talk about the accomplishments of the different WordPress teams. Like CLI and the REST API who … Continue reading “The Future of WordPress”
While I gather the focus to write this piece. I am paying attetion for the first time to the lyrics on Noel Gallaghers’ Chasing Yesterday album. I keep running but I can get to the mountain. Behind me lie the years that I’ve misspent! That particular piece is from a song called The Dying of … Continue reading “The Road Ahead”
4 days ago I boarded an AirFrance flight from Cancún to Paris that took me across the ocean under 10 hours. This is my 3rd WordCamp. I have ben doing this for 6 months now, and I am loving it. First things first I want to thank a bunch of people for all of their help … Continue reading “5000 miles away from home”
This is a personal excercise. When I say personal excersie I do not mean you are going to get swetty here. It is a mental excercise. My friends know I am not a fitness kind of guy –I know that’s sad, but lets staty on topic here and save your fat jokes for the comments section–. … Continue reading “A Minimal Footprint”
PHP 5.3 was really great for the comunity. It came packed with gifts like namespaces, closures and late static binding. This last feature allows us to build very functiona abstract classes. I am currenty developing software in 5.5.30 and 7.0.1 versions of PHP in my local environment. However not everything is sunshines and rainbows when it … Continue reading “PHP Static Binding”
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Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle
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