1. Working remotely? How to be awesome at it!

    You may find yourself at some point in your career when you'll be given the opportunity to work for a company that is not based in the same city or region as you are, but instead, said company is located abroad. So, now you're going to work remotely. This means,…

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  2. Gedit on steroids!

    Programming ... For me it started out as a passion, when I wasn't even in highschool. I used to doodle small animations, in ASCII, for the Windows command line. Notepad was the tool I used to achieve this. Why? Because that's the first thing I encountered on my fresh install of…

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  3. How To: Auto increment a custom post type title

    You're working on a new project with WordPress. You enjoy yourself. You're confident in your abilities but then all of a sudden you realize you need a bunch of custom post types and the user is not allowed to edit the title to one of them but you need to…

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  4. Koding everything ... in the cloud!

    You thought I made a typo didn't you? No, I did not make a typo, I am actually talking about Koding. But why am I talking about Koding? For starters this article was in my writing queue for some time and also because I am one of the two community…

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  5. An open letter to WordPress devs about standardization

    Dear WordPress dev community and Automattic, I've been working with WordPress for the past 5+ years. In this time frame I have worked with a lot of stuff, from free crappy open source themes to high-end premium ones. I've built plugins, themes, you name it. In all my years as…

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  6. WordCamp Romania 2014 | Conference Adventures – Episode 3

    It was bound to happen at some point in time. It was on my wish-list ever since I heard that the WordPress community is organizing events that gather the most talented and most inspiring people, people that work with WordPress. After I attended last years WordCamp in Cluj, RO (which…

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  7. What's my uptime?

    So I wrote a small project over the course of a few days. What started out as a small internal thing has turned out to be something more complex but in the end very satisfying. Initially it started as something simple that I used on daily basis at work. I…

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  8. Meeting the locals!?

    A more appropriate title would be: should I meet the locals or do I have any locals that I should meet and when I say locals I'm referring to local developers / web designers around my area or even around the country. I have a big issue with this topic. How…

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  9. Docked or undocked? That is the question.

    So I ran a poll. And people answered and the results surprised me, to say the least. The question was simple. Developer Tools docked or undocked? 74% of all people that answered my question said that they prefer to use the developer tools docked. I was a bit surprised because…

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  10. Mozilla Open Source Iasi | Conference Adventures – Episode 2

    It all started on a gloomy fall day, last year. The air was warm and I just finished writing a long(ish) email to someone who now has my utmost respect and appreciation. In case you were wondering I’m talking about one of Mozilla’s representatives around here, Andreea.…

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