Tag: learning

  • Experiments in Block Art

    Experiments in Block Art

    Playing around with methods for creating art using WordPress blocks only. These experiments all work best on desktop, although seeing how they respond on mobile is quite interesting.

  • TIL: Passing parameters to callback functions

    Today I tried to move an Event Listener callback function to it’s own module. It seemed simple enough. Take the following code example: app.js Now, my callback was a little more complex so it made sense to move to a module. The question then became why it didn’t work when I tried the following: app.js […]

  • The second is even harder

    So, I started this blog with the intention of putting thoughts and experiences of learning somewhere. The thing that I quickly realise in my learning journey is the challenge of figuring out what I don’t know. I have “dabbled” in development (PHP, JavaScript and a few others) over many years and learned a lot along […]

  • The first post is the hardest

    Why do this blog? To make myself write thoughts and process what I learn as I grow my ability as a developer. I plan to write, even if it’s small and even if someone else wrote a better post about what I learned. Why public? I work for Automattic – a fundamentally distributed organisation who […]