Looks like today will be a number of tweaks and updates to posts from the last week. First Inpsyde CIO, Robert Windisch (DE), drops in with a quick thought in JAMmed Up: “WordPress targets in its philosophy to ‘Design for the Majority’ Jamstack will never be for majority of users.”
Second yesterday’s cPanel Pricing Redux gets an update. Tony Holloway, COO at madRooster.com, in an open letter to cPanel on WebHosting Talk: “As I have stated in the past, we view all software licenses, no matter the vendor, not as a profit center, but as a way to make it easier on our clientele to pay one invoice. Because of this we put little to no markup on the software we partner with. Basically our idea is to cover our expenses in credit card fees, etc, while creating an amazing partnership with our end users.”
Actually two updates, friend of Morning Coffee, Chuck Wadlow, edited up a bunch of little issues that I missed in a rush to get the post you. You know, like actually spelling “license” correctly. Thank you!
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Testing is Updating
So stretching the meaning of “updates” but Curtis McHale for Nexcess writes, The Business Case for Testing Your Code: “I want you to start viewing testing practices as an investment instead of an expense to your business.” Curtis is spot on throughout the article, but what gave me an knowing-chuckle, “The Only Thing Developers Write Less of is Documentation.” Ha! So true.
Movers and Shakers
I think we might just be shaking today, WP Agency Summit is in progress, and we JoomlaDay Chicago on October 17. Movers, and that means anyone who has a new position or is looking, let me know. Also, if you have a story, a scoop, or topic idea. If you are interested in an interview or guest post. Let me know.