I’ve released a new version of Handywriter today, now featuring recent Text-to-Speech (TTS) capabilities. The results are quite impressive. Here is the famous “Bluebird” poem by Charles Bukowski. (Maybe next time, it will sing “Famous Blue Raincoat” by L.Cohen?)
I took a stab at testing TiDB with WordPress today, but since the setup went past the famous five-minute mark, I’ve decided to jot down a note for myself and those who try to use TiDB with WordPress.
Happy 20th birthday, WordPress. We’ve known each other since around 2008, and I’ve been contributing in some way since 2011. Even though my contributions are often tiny, like a drop in the ocean, thank you for giving me the opportunity to contribute to 43% of the web.
I launched NoCodeWP this week and have been sharing some random thoughts on no-code, WordPress, and other topics.
I’ve launched Handywriter today. It’s been one of my favorite tools in WordPress since I built it. It’s a good feeling to be a consumer of your own product. And, Handywriter is not an exception, it helps me a lot while blogging.
I’m so tired of seeing shady marketing techniques around WordPress plugins. I’m writing this post about plugins particularly but the same thing applies to themes too.
I’m excited to announce a brand new caching plugin, Wonder Cache. It’s a simple yet powerful caching plugin. It powers and abilities include: superhuman strength and durability. It’s forked from Batcache. First of all, I want to highlight Batcache. It’s an amazing caching plugin that empowers WordPress.com around a decade. We definitely say it’s a …
Today, I was working on shifting our object caching backend to Redis at NefisYemekTarifleri. And, it didn’t go well.
As a challenging part of working at the NefisYemekTarifleri.com, first three days Ramadan is the busiest time for us. We get max requests during that period. So, I just wanted to highlight some stats for taking note to myself and sharing some stats about WordPress at scale.
My personal websites (this one and blog.uysalmustafa.com) have been on the multisite for years and finally, I’ve migrated them to separate installation.