This article serves as a simple guide on how to use Prometheus, which is based off of Genesis Sample Child. Outlined below are the features that have been added to speed up and streamline site development. If you would like to see the original post for this theme check it out here.
After an exciting year of learning new tools and creating new processes, it’s time to look ahead to next year. Read my review of 2015 here: Year In Review – 2015: Version Control, Starter Themes, Blogging and More. So far I’ve got 10 New Year’s resolutions plugged into my Trello board, ranging from personal to professional. What are your New Year’s resolutions?
2015 was a huge year for my professional development. It was the first time I gained a sense of what I wanted to accomplish and the paths I needed to take to get there. One helpful tool in particular, was Trello, an intuitive program that helped me organize ideas. Using Trello I set tasks and small milestones which I completed throughout the year.
On July 23, 2015, the city of Philadelphia was selected to host the first ever WordCamp US. Philadelphia is known for its historic landmarks and famous heritage, as well as something that came up quite often during the promotion of the event — cheesesteaks.
I can remember how excited I was making my first foray into web development like it was yesterday. Back in 2010, I learned the basics of building and hosting websites, and it was one of the strongest feelings of accomplishment I’ve ever felt. You know — the sense of accomplishment that can only come for a person who has created and crafted something that they can declare their own.