Författare: Jonas Linde

  • Can’t upload images?

    Have you tried to upload images to your newly installed WordPress site and it didn’t work? Here is how I solved it! It turned out to be really simple… I simply added a uploads directory in the wp-content directory, i.e. \wordpress\wp-content\uploads. If this didn’t help you can try to change mode to 777 on the […]

  • A programmers dricking song

    If you are having a party with your geek friends then the following little song by Jack Gannsle might be something for you… 100 little bugs in the code, 100 bugs in the code, Fix one bug, compile it again, 101 little bugs in the code. 101 little bugs in the code….. (Repeat until BUGS […]

  • An introduction to how to write a commit message

    Have you ever looked at a change log in your source control system, such as git, and said to your self… ”WTF is this? What does it do and why?” This post will outline how to write a good commit message in git. First of all, we need to understand why we write a commit […]

  • Unit testing your WordPress themes and plugins

    WP tuts has created an interesting three part tutorial on how to use test driven development when writing themes and plugins for WordPress. The first part introduces the concept of unit testing and it explains what is needed to be able to write unit tests for WordPress. The second part continues by introducing how to write a testable plugin […]

  • 10 tips for managing project risk

    Do you need some tips on how to avoid your project to fail? If so, here are 10 great tips that you can use to avoid failure of your project. All projects has risks associated with them. As a project manager you need to be aware of them and pro-actively make sure that they are […]

  • 13 tips for setting project goals

    In a recent post I high lighted 18 ways to successfully get started with your project. Once you get going it is important that you know where you are going, so here are 13 tips for setting project goals. The sooner you have gained approval for the goals for the project, the greater the likelihood […]

  • Prioritizing requirements with the MoSCoW method

    Have you ever needed a way to prioritize your requirements? One way of prioritizing your requirements could be to use the MoSCoW method, which is a simple method to apply. Let’s have a look at the method… As you can see, MoSCoW is spelt with a mix of lower and upper case letters. Now, this […]

  • 18 tips to successfully start a project

    Make sure that you give your self the time to do it right from the beginning. Starting up a new project requires both resources and time, it can take from a day to several months, so make sure to use them wisely. It is at the beginning of the project that you have the greatest […]

  • Be gentle with the earth, think green and be friendly to your environment

    Always try to minimize your negative impact on nature. Try to consider if you really need to have the latest thing on the market. If you really do need a new, can the old can be reused somehow? Use the technology and innovations at hand with this in mind. As an example, if possible use […]

  • The best partnerships are found in a win-win situations

    The best partnership is one in which the provided value for each other exceeds the need for the other, i.e. a win-win situation.