My Setup, part 3 – WordPress

In this, the final chapter of the epic My Setup post (see part 1 and part 2), I will reveal to you how I use WordPress as the back-end of this site.  In the previous two chapters, I explained what kind of hardware and software I used to develop a site.  This time, I’m going to explain how I take what I create locally on my computer and get it into an easy to manage, extensible website. Continue reading “My Setup, part 3 – WordPress”

My Setup, part 1 – Hardware

People are always asking me: “Dude, what kind of killer setup do you have?”  Actually no one has ever asked me that, but somebody might someday.  In preparation for that future event, I’ve decided to share with you the tools I use day to day to design, develop, and test my websites.  I have to admit, I do have a somewhat, um, unusual setup than most, but it works, and that’s what matters.   The first part of this series is going to talk about the various computing hardware tools I use. Continue reading “My Setup, part 1 – Hardware”