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Almost a year of experience working remotely

It has been almost a year since I joined 10up as a web engineer. I think I have a better understanding of what is like to work for an employer and what it takes to succeed working remotely for one of the best companies in the WordPress industry. Previously, I only worked for myself and …

Losing to learn: Getting your code reviewed to lvl up

One of the things that had made me advance when learning WordPress development so fast, is that I have been able to take the feedback and the lessons other have made to me. I bumped into a friend on the bus the other day, and it’s funny how both of us identified a tendency a …

How to use D3 in your WordPress Plugins (without a plugin)

Hey guys it’s Oscar, Recently, I’ve been obsessively interested in D3. It is a super COOL JavaScript library and it gave me a whole bunch of ideas of how could I implement it on my WordPress Plugins. The difference of watching at a lively representation of visual data vs  looking at a bunch of dry numbers …

How to contribute to Open Source NOW – Coding a solution.

In the previous post ( see: How to contribute to Open Source NOW – Finding a good issue to Fix ) we went through the process of finding our first issue to start contributing to open source. In this article, we will continue the process and write the solution. More than coding the solution to the problem …

How to contribute to Open Source NOW – Finding a good issue to Fix

You may want it. You may dream about it. You have been reading everywhere that open source is the best, that contributing makes software better, that google does open source and Tux rocks when it is shared. Somehow … you have been always wondering: How the hell do i contribute to open source? How could …