Monthly Archives: July 2012

Visualisation: 2 years of WordPress Code in 2 minutes

A visualisation of the last 2 years worth of SVN commits to the WordPress code base (as used in my WordCamp Sydney presentation). Checkout the slides here.¬†Inspired by Jon Cave’s visualisation for WordPress 3.1. Built using Gource.

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Word to the Future

It was a great morning presenting at WordCamp Sydney. Thanks to everyone in the audience who allowed me talk about my three favourite topics РWordPress, the future & Deloreans. View the 2 years of WordPress Code visualisation here.

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Cancelling Subscriptions Created with PayPal Standard via the Express Checkout API

PayPal makes it possible to accept payments via just a few pieces of HTML on your site with its Website Payments Standard service. This service includes a Subscriptions button to sell products or services with recurring payments. The trouble is, … Continue reading

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