Tim takes a look at the much maligned post format, how to get around todays limitations and looks to it’s future, while many are looking to see it removed from WordPress all together.
Tim takes a look at Neo4j a graphing database and sees how it can be used to help build complex relationship and associated queries against WordPress custom post types or indeed any object.
Tim spoke at WordCamp London 2015, discussing “going beyond unit tests” a talk about Acceptance and integration testing within WordPress and how just about everything can be tested. What’s more Testing can be at least interesting if not a bit fun.
Tim introduces his first Corporate Patron, 34SP a leading UK web hosting company. who are the sites Principle sponsor and are helping not just to fund timnash.co.uk but also Tim speaking at user groups around the country.
Tim looks at why he wants to see more tech user groups get out of pubs and bars for their events and start opening their doors to everyone. He also looks forward to WordPress Leeds Coffee morning.
The future is a scary thing, its a leap into the unknown and yet for all of us it’s always the next step
Tim takes a look at his future since the birth of his daughter and what he hopes and aspirations for the site is. He is also answers one of life’s greatest mysteries… What does he do for a living anyway?