How the Doug got started in WordPress
Doug got started on Blogger. When he began looking around, he wanted to find something that would allow him to install something at home and use it. WordPress hit 1.0, and he installed it on my home machine in 2004. He then got involved in the Philly Meetup in early 2005.
What they are sipping?
- Dre: San Diego Stone Pale Ale
- Brad: MacPhail’s Scotch
- Doug: Yuengling Lager
- WordCamp OC featured a Business track on Sunday. Three posts about WordCamp OC, Chris Lema’s WordCamp Business Tracks, Jake Goldman’s stance on Business Tracks, and Krogsgard’s thoughts on Business Tracks.
- WP Session just launched on Monday. It was started by Brian Richards. WPSessions.com provides monthly, high quality presentations from experts in the WordPress community
- iThemes launches Exchange, the plugin to make e-Commerce easier. Exchange is a FREE WordPress ecommerce plugin that will help you start selling digital goods online this summer.
- Dreamhost announces Dreampress. First of the large hosting companies to venture into managed WordPress hosting.
- Dre – Shout out to the Menifee 10U, 12U, 14U softball teams.
- Brad – The proper way to uninstall plugins. Developers should put an uninstall.php file in your plugin.
- Doug – TablePress enables you to create and manage tables on your WordPress site. No HTML knowledge is needed, as a comfortable interface allows to easily edit table data. Tables can contain any type of data, even formulas that will be evaluated.