WordPress testing suite vs Windows 10 and WSL

I’m quite a fan of the Windows operating system in general and Windows 10 Pro in particular. Pretty much all of my projects are written in PHP and JavaScript and developed locally using a great tool called OSPanel. The only exception is a project where I investigate Go programming language and its goroutines to scrap one… Continue reading WordPress testing suite vs Windows 10 and WSL

Plans for 2018

Photo Eric Rothermel

What I expect to achieve in 2018: own projects, more books and health (among other personal things).

How to make money with BuddyPress?

BuddyPress is a plugin to create niche social networks, which are Holy Grail for developers and implementers. So answering the question: How to make money with BuddyPress – is actually very specific to your skills.
So let’s dive into that in detail.

Select tools to satisfy current needs

Developers life isn’t easy. We have lots of ideas, code to write, lots of everything else to satisfy current needs: frameworks, libraries, tools. And that’s developers, who take responsibility when they select those things, that will be used in projects. Client almost always doesn’t have any idea (and, basically, should not care) about the difference between them,… Continue reading Select tools to satisfy current needs

How a security improvement blocked my admin area

Today I learnt a new lesson – how to rename WordPress tables and lose ability to get into site admin area, and fix that back. I tried to use WPScanner, to check performance and security. Security mainly. Here is how its dashboard looks like (just for reference): This service is really good at providing a list… Continue reading How a security improvement blocked my admin area