WordPress

WordPress is a web-browser-based content management system, which started life as a spin-off of b2/cafelog before becoming the most widespread CMS in the world. I began casually helping out with b2/cafelog in 2001, and migrated my early websites to WordPress’ first version in January 2004. I’ve built personal and professional sites using WordPress ever since: the biggest project being a multilingual, international multi-site installation for a former employer.

WordPress Switzerland

Published 1st March 2017

As my working career moves towards being involved with WordPress 100% of the time in future, I’ve started to gradually invest a little more of my time and effort into the WordPress community. My aim is to work with friends and colleagues to coordinate our efforts in Switzerland into bringing WordPress even more to the […]

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A new role at WordPress agency cubetech

Published 27th February 2017

After six years with my current employer, the time has come to move into a role which better suits my abilities and which will provide me with new challenges. I'm really excited that I've been asked to join WordPress agency Cubetech in Bern as Head of Development.

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Spending money on an informed, experienced website concept document will usually work out cheaper than trying to battle through for days on your own. It will also mean that the end result will be more reliable and more likely to properly present your business online.

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The dangers of technical evangelism

Published 20th February 2017

Why the software you love may not always be the right one for the project at hand, and how you can recognize and plan for it.

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WordPress is bigger than you think

Published 17th February 2017

In 2016, 27% of all of the websites on the internet were powered by WordPress. That's 8 times more than Joomla, 12 times more than Drupal, and 70 times more than TYPO3.

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The new WordPress theme running this website has been improved by the use of WordPress' get_template_part function.

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