Daniel Dvorkin

My take on WordPress and related geekery


Resolutions for 2012: First item, checked.

I started implementing this blog January, and thought I’d have it ready in a couple of weeks. That’s why the title of this first post kinda make sense. Ok, May it is.

This is a big year for me, both professionally and personally, and I wanted to have a space where I can share all what’s happening. More than anything, this is and will be a year in which I’m learning a lot. My idea is to share all those learnings in this blog.

Let’s make a ToDo list now, and we’ll see next December how I did.

  • Start a blog…
    •  …and try to improve my skills as a technical writer.
  • Donate more to the authors of small open source projects I use (ie: Plugin authors, etc.). I’m making a living using their tools, after all.
  • Get better using the console for non-trivial tasks. I’ll write a lot about this in the next couple weeks.
  • Start publishing open source code, and collaborating with other open source projects.
  • Add unit testing and acceptance testing to my workflow. Both for my public code and my contract work.
  • Get involved in the WordPress Theme Reviewers Team. Reviewing themes is good for the community, but also is a great for learning.
  • Make this blog responsive :)
  • And most important of all… be a good dad. We’ll find out about that after June.


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  1. Samuel Estok

    Looks wicked Daniel, and looking forward to the articles! :) Your about page is awesome. :)

  2. Deryck Oñate

    Nice move Daniel. I’ll stay looking for new publications. You have a reader here dude!

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