International WordPress consultant Noel Tuck created happytables, an optimized web solution for restaurants. Meet Noel Tock, international WordPress consultant. Noel is Swiss, currently living in Zurich, and is one of the more active European developers in the WordPress Community. He solves problems that SMBs and the non-profit sector have, and created happytables, a full restaurant solution that provides an optimized web solution for restaurants. Happytables has seen substantial growth in 2012, and Noel sees the platform growing very quickly in the next year. I’m not a developer or a designer, but I’m definitely a WordPress consultant. You might say that I’m a […]
Noel Tock and WP Remote are looking to up their game and to continue to create a product worth downloading and using. He’s looking for a bit of help with a survey that he’s shot out – would you mind answering it, especially if you’re a WP Remote fan? Check it:
Oh yeah. WP Remote, a monitoring and update solution that has received a bit of attention recently is continuing their product development and rolling out a killer new feature that’s going to have a lot of people considering it strongly even more so as a competitor against the likes of VaultPress and even BackupBuddy. As Noel Tock shared with me privately, they are already monitoring over 40k sties on a daily basis (and growing). With a $5 offering that competes directly with VaultPress’ newest tier it may have in fact just tipped the scales in their favor, especially with these features:
What a week. And, can you actually believe that we’re in the month of June already? 2013 is about half-way done already. So, the question is, have you accomplished everything that you had set out to do in 2013? Are you slacking? Get to it!
Ever wanted to customize the look and feel of the WordPress admin, but weren’t sure where to start? Noel Tock is working on a new book that will give you all the information you need to make a fully custom admin panel for your site. Noel has written quite a bit on WordPress and other platforms, so it’s no surprise he’s taking on this topic, since it’s something that many people would love to learn about, but there are few resources for it available. Noel shares the following outline in his post about the book:
It seems that Human Made may be the place to head these days if you’re a well known WordPress celebrity (can we call them “Presslebrity”?) and are looking to build a stacked team of talent, right? Of course this is mostly tongue-in-cheek, but it is great to hear that Noel Tock has joined the likes of Daniel Bachhber and Paul de Wouters via his announce post late yesterday: I’m proud to announce that I will be joining the Human Made family as a partner, responsible for all products (as opposed to client work/consulting). With this change, comes consolidation. Part of upping our game requires […]
Well, the speculation is over – Mr. Bachhuber has joined Human Made Limited as a Senior Engineer joining the likes of such people like Joe Hoyle, Paul de Wouters, Tom Willmot, Owain Cuvelier, Theo Savage, and the often-quoted and opinionated (hey, that’s a good thing folks!) Noel Tock. Human Made, a WordPress-centric development shop, has been around for a bit and has had some large clients in their expanding portfolio. Apparently Daniel had done some work in the past with them so he was familiar with their culture and the way they do business. He shared a bit on an announce […]
Crazy week, right? It’s been one for the record books for me personally as I’ve been attempting to finalize a Kickstarter campaign and project that has pretty much hijacked my entire life. At some point I’ll have a massive retrospective, but I’m exhausted with only a day or so to go. But naturally there’s been more news than just Kickstarter project – here are some of the things that happened this previous week that you may not have gotten to see. Oh, and by the way, make sure you’re aware of the big super bot that’s attempting to access your […]
What a week it has been my friends! I’m not so sure about you, but this past week nearly killed me – trying to get back into the “groove” of things gets harder and harder and harder. But we survived the first week of April, didn’t we? On to the next one!
Yikes. It’s been a busy Saturday and I’m finally getting around to compiling our weekly review of content that we didn’t get to cover explicitly over the last 7 days. In a good way I’m glad as I spent most of my time today with family. Soccer games, a date with one of my daughters, and then the park with my other one has left me spent. I hope your weekend has been as eventful as mine already as well!