Today we claimed the Courier Cup, for a third time in six years, after a fantastic and hard-fought win against East Linton. What a great way to finish off the season!
Glad to see the site back to it’s usual self, after some recent changes that I’d made the other day, including the restructure of my WordPress related posts; more on that later. Felt like I’d travelled back in time, then caught up with it again! ;)
It’s been a good few months in the making for WordUp Edinburgh, but it all happens tomorrow at Surgeons’ Hall. Having never attended a WordCamp before (I’ll make that happen in 2012), I’m really looking forward to the day, even with the early start! ;)
Yesterday I had my first article published on WPCandy.com after some gentle persuasion from Ryan Imel, the Editor in Chief, and a little bit more pestering from Brian Krogsgard who you’ll see also contributes quite a bit to WPCandy too. So some fun and exciting times ahead; I’ll still blog here when I have something to say, no removing the feed just yet! ;)
Anyone looking to get into developing a Plugin for WordPress (like myself) will have to look no further after the announcement made from Ozh Richard, Brad Williams and Justin Tadlock! They’re going to be writing a book on the subject, and hopefully in March 2011 “Professional WordPress Plugin Development” will be released for everyone to read and learn from! #plugindevbook
After what was months and months in development, the good news is that WordPress 3.0 (Thelonious) has finally been released! According to Matt Mullenweg in the release post, 218 people contributed to the 3.0 release cycle, myself included! :)