Still spending more time on Twitter than I spend on Mastodon, time to fix that. For that I need to follow more people in my area of interests.
So, here's me: Danny, father of 2 toddlers, building open-source WordPress plugins for a living (like kokoanalytics.com and mc4wp.com), never even stepped foot into an office in my life and kind of proud of that.
If that sounds even remotely like you, please toot with me.
Yay, looks like people are making their own browser engines:
Reposting a comment I made on HN regarding the proposed EU ban on facial recognition technology:
>I love coming to these threads to watch the crowd who makes their living from invading the public's privacy attempt to rationalize their worldview, find loopholes, etc. If your job is mass surviellance, it has always been unethical and the law is catching up to you. The purpose of these kinds of laws isn't to bring your business in line - it's to put you out of business.
@onreact 👋 Good to see you on here!
In case anybody was wondering: we don't give a flying potato about what the #FBI thinks of encrypting data. We put our users' security first, always. #apple #givingup #encryption
Sonos sucks so hard. We should be building software for hardware, not the other way around. Don't buy Sonos (it was overpriced and too much of a vendor lock-in anyway, but this makes it even worse).
Just learned about https://adventofcode.com/ and love it! Will be so useful for just honing skills or learning a new programming language.
Koko Analytics plugin update in 3, 2, 1.... 🚀
Version 1.0.6 was just pushed to WordPress.org.
Some minor improvements, like the plugin now remembering your last viewed period so it re-opens when you re-visit your analytics dashboard. 📈
Download it here: