Musings on web, technology, worklife and more.

  • WordPress 6.4 in 5 mins – all features

    I covered the latest WordPress release in under 5 minutes. Quickly get up to speed with all the key features:

  • Maggie Cabrera builds a WordPress website with Twenty Twenty Four

    I’ve teamed up with @onemaggie, co-lead for the Twenty Twenty Four Theme, to build out a full WordPress website. See how we got on! (Skip to build start):

  • WordPress 6.3 in 6 minutes

    With WordPress 6.3 just around the corner I’ve released an overview video covering the key features in 6 minutes. Check it out:

  • WordPress 6.2 Features in 5mins

    With WordPress 6.2 only a matter of weeks away, I’ve put together an overview video which covers the key features in only 5 minutes. Check it out:

  • Top 5 WordPress 6.2 features with Rich Tabor

    I recorded a new video with Rich Tabor where we discuss his Top 5 feature picks for WordPress 6.2.

  • Move Homebrew to Arm Mac from an Intel Mac

    Newer MACs use an Arm chip whereas older ones use Intel. This means a new install dir for Homebrew which can really mess up your setup, especially if you used timemachine to migrate to your new machine. To fix this mess we have to uninstall Brew from old location and install into the new location. … Continued

  • WordPress in the browser with no server

    My colleague Adam Zielinksi has found a way to run WordPress entirely in the browser using Web Assembly. This opens up a wide range of possibilities for the future of WordPress, especially in the online learning space. We discussed everything about this project in a recent video:

  • All WordPress 6.1 features in 5 mins

    With the recent release of WordPress 6.1 I’ve released a short video which covers all the key features in 5 minutes.

  • Guesting on the Gutenberg Times podcast

    I appeared on the Gutenberg Times podcast to discuss: WordCamp Europe. The roadmap for Gutenberg 6.1. Gutenberg 13.4. The full episode is embedded below if you’d like to listen and if you don’t already, then I recommend subscribing to the podcast:

  • Presentation: Gutenberg Now, Next and How to use it better today

    I recently gave a presentation to the folks over at Cornershop Creative about Gutenberg. The full video of the presentation, including a 30mins Q&A, is available below: I’ve also included my slides in case these are useful: