Post-style permalinks for your custom post types. Give your custom post types the
%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname% permalink style you know and love.
Working on a project with lots of separate Git repos? Create a master repo, add each repo as a submodule, and
git submodule foreach git checkout dev. If you’re working on a feature that spans multiple repos, simply use the same branch name for each repo. Can’t believe I didn’t think about this before.
If you’re only using one Vagrant on your local machine, you can make your Vagrant available everywhere by setting an environment variable in your .bash_profile:
Neat trick I just learned.
How to run a good workshop. Very useful tips from Scott Berkun.
User Switching « WordPress Plugins. Quickly switch between user accounts. Super useful when populating dummy content for your test website. (via WPCandy)
Every day for work, there’s several applications I always use. The other day, I put together a quick and dirty bash script for opening all of them at once.
I’m terribly inexperienced at this, so don’t poke fun, only offer good suggestions for improvement…
# Open all of the requisite applications
echo 'Opening Chrome'
`open /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/Google Chrome.app/`
echo 'Opening Skype'
`open /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/Skype.app/`
echo 'Opening Sparrow'
`open /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/Sparrow.app/`
echo 'Opening Linkus'
`open /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/Linkinus.app/`
echo 'Opening Adium'
`open /Volumes/Macintosh HD/Applications/Adium.app/`
Meet wpshell – the power of WordPress at your prompt. wpshell is an undiscovered gem. Someone should lead a WordCamp talk about it and the secrets it holds.