Today was my last day at Freshworks Inc. While I had been anticipating this day to be the most exciting day, it’s not. I wish I could take my team from Freshworks Inc. to wherever I am moving next on … Continue reading Last day at Freshworks Inc.
I got a chance to attend a WordPress meetup for the first time in life, and I am glad I attended the meetup. Lots of lessons and insights learned, lots of friendships made. Continue reading Attending a WordPress meetup for the first time
It’s “Thank a plugin developer” day today, and Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of WordPress coined it 9 years back. Continue reading WordPress users, did you know that Jan 28 is “Thank a plugin developer” day?
The importance of 2 step verification and why you should configure 2FA for all your online accounts. Continue reading If you are traveling abroad, enable 2FA for your internet accounts now!
Facebook is limiting one’s ability to customize links when they share to Facebook. If you are a webmaster, verify your domain now! Continue reading Facebook is limiting link customization ability, Here’s what you should know
Here are a few photos from Changi beach park, Singapore. I visited Singapore for the second time (first time with my parents) in May-June of 2017. We stayed with my uncle’s family in Tampines, Singapore and had a really good … Continue reading Photos from Changi beach park, Singapore
Update: I have quickly rolled to using Gazette theme for my WordPress.com blog. Like Aditya mentioned in the comments, P2 theme is not meant for personal blogging. I have always heard great news about WordPress P2’s theme being popular and used … Continue reading Moving to P2 theme
My daily Facebook routine: Open posts from “On this day” section and change their privacy to “Only me” 🤦♂️ Continue reading Are you doing this to save yourself from embarrassment on Facebook?
It was just yesterday when I was rambling about how Tumblr offers custom domain mapping for free while WordPress.com does not. I am a huge fan of WordPress for the open-source contributions it has done to the world. Having used … Continue reading Moving from Tumblr to WordPress.com