I write a lot of code and, when I can, I try to share it in hopes someone might find it useful. Here are some of my favorite projects to date. For a more complete list of projects I’ve been involved in please take a look at my GitHub and WordPress.org profiles.
A WordPress plugin that integrates the YOURLs custom URL shortener with your WordPress blog including with Jetpack comments.
ChrisWiegman.com is a WordPress blog focusing on personal development and developer topics using a custom WordPress theme.
iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) is a WordPress plugin that, by the time I left it in the capable hands of iThemes.com in February 2015 had approximately 4.2 million downloads on the WordPress.org repository making it one of the most popular WordPress plugins of all time.
Primary Vagrant is intended for WordPress plugin, theme, and core development, as well as general PHP development, and can be used as a replacement for local development stacks such as MAMP, XAMPP, and others.
Although Varying Vagrant Vagrants by 10up is great (and I still use it for NGINX work), I wanted a few major changes. First, I wanted Apache instead of NGINX and, second, I wanted to use Puppet instead of Bash. Using VVV and Puppet as a base, this repository attempts to address their shortcomings for my own work with a Vagrant configuration that is ready to go for WordPress plugin or theme development.