By Tom


I typically don’t post on Saturdays, and I usually let those who have signed up to receive emails via Postmatic get their summary via email once a week.

But not everyone reads blogs the same way, and not everyone subscribes via email, so I thought I’d try something new. That is, this is an experiment (and I invite your critique at the end of the post).

With that said, here is a summary of the posts from this week.

The Week of February 28, 2016

Here are the posts from the past week:

  • The Right Hook to Initialize WordPress Plugins
  • Detecting Copy and Paste in JavaScript
  • Sharing GPL Code and Its Ethics
  • Praise in Public, Reprimand in Private
  • Using PHP CodeSniffer with Atom
  • Duplicate Information?

    One of the challenges of blogging daily and also having some people receive a digest of content each week via their inbox is that I don’t know who is getting what and how.

    I don’t want to flood anyone with too much information, nor do I expect people to read every post. To that end, this post is largely an experiment.

    If you don’t mind, please take a moment to shoot me an email and let me know if you find this type of post useful or not. If it works out well, I’ll keep it up; if not, then I won’t continue doing things like this. Easy as that!

    On to the weekend :).

    Digest For February 28, 2016 was written by Tom. For more information about WordPress, development, and resources then visit Tom McFarlin’s blog.

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