Using Git is great for version control for your various projects, but sometimes your repositories become so bloated with testing and development tools that the project becomes difficult to navigate. Not to mention how much more bandwidth is needed to pull and...Read More How I Became More Organized by Learning to [Git] Ignore
Unlike “Fight Club,” we at WebDevStudios (WDS) do talk about WDS Camp, our company retreat. While the event is meant for our team only and not something we would invite the public to attend, it is a gathering that fills us with...Read More Top 10 Reasons We Loved WDS Camp
WebDevStudios (WDS) is excited to announce changes to our project management processes across our company. In an effort to better organize client projects, code repositories and documentation, we are transitioning from Basecamp and Github and streamlining our processes under the Atlassian suite...Read More WDS Project Management Incorporates Atlassian Software Development and Collaboration Tools
WebDevStudios just can’t get Georgia off our minds. Having spent our company retreat there just last week, one of our team members returns (okay, he actually already lives there) for WordCamp Atlanta, May 3-5, 2019. That person is Tom McFarlin, Senior Backend...Read More See Tom McFarlin at WordCamp Atlanta This Weekend
In the past, we have aimed to dedicate our Five for the Future days to Fridays, but since giving back should not be limited to any specific day of the week, really, we’ve opted to hold our next Five for the Future...Read More Wild Wednesday: Five for the Future Happens Tomorrow
Just when you thought we were done announcing new team members, you were wrong. Meet Katy Keilman, our newest Project Manager. In her new role, Katy will be managing expectations for everyone on a client website project, including a team of engineers, internal...Read More Meet Our New Project Manager
It’s that time of year when WebDevStudios (WDS) team members from near and far gather together for one week of bonding, co-working, brainstorming, sharing, caring, and creating memories. Known as WDS Camp, this company retreat takes place next week on Lake Lanier...Read More Next Week, We Retreat!
Introduction Local by Flywheel is a popular tool for getting quick and reliable WordPress installations running on your computer. One of its lesser-known features is the inclusion of xdebug support. xdebug is a PHP extension that allows for real-time debugging of PHP...Read More Debugging WordPress with Local by Flywheel, (neo)vim, and xdebug
Say hello to our two new friends and Frontend Engineers, Mike England and Marty O’Connor, who just joined WebDevStudios this week! Mike has a passion for building accessible, lightweight projects in WordPress. He likes to focus on theme building, plugin development, and...Read More Say Hello to These Two!