This past January I started working as a Web Developer at Wolf Creek Technology in Polk City. Work sputtered out at that job and I managed to freelance over the summer as a sound and lighting technician. In September I started working up in Ames and launched my own company. As my own company is considerably technology focused I still haven’t given up my pursuits in web development and that is actually featured as a service that I provide.
If you haven’t noticed I run quite a few different websites; from my own photography site, to a website dedicated to the life of a sound engineer and finally to this one. I am also very much so on the go. I am always working a gig or out taking photos. I am also a horrible spell checker. I occasionally get a text that my latest blog post has a misspelled word. A life of being “on the go” and being a horrible speller can really bite you in the butt now and then. I am happy to say that I can edit on the go just as easily as if I had my Mac in my hands. Let us just get on with it. Below are my most used Web Developer Mobile Apps.
Nearly every person in the world has some form of social media or another. Whether that be Twitter, Facebook or some other crazy form of social media with Snapchat being the latest up and rising star among teens.
The way most content management systems work is that they use plugins to add in great features that were not built in. This establishes 3rd party integration and helps out the end user (ie. You!). Here is a list of my favorite WordPress Plugins.