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Author: Brad Williams

Cheesesteak for Scale

My son, Lucas Royce Williams, was born October 2015. When Lucas was 2-weeks old I shared a picture online showing his size in comparison to a cheesesteak. What started out as a joke turned into a monthly tradition of cheesesteak measuring as Lucas was growing. Below is a gallery of the first year of Cheesesteak […]

Blogging in 2018

Another year gone by, which means it’s the perfect time to reflect on my goals for this new year. I always set some New Year’s Resolutions, as I think most of us do, but more times than not I seem to fall short. One of those areas is blogging. I really want to get back […]

Sweet Sounds of the DradCast

The DradCast podcast has come and gone, but to this day it still remains as one of the most popular WordPress focused podcasts. One thing that really made the DradCast stand out was the professional (I’m using that term lightly :P) segment bumpers we used throughout the show. When Dre and I first discussed the idea of […]

Commit Access Conversations with JJJ

Last week I had the pleasure of sitting down with my good friend John James Jacoby and recorded an episode for his new podcast Commit Access.  I always enjoy chatting with John and that’s exactly what his new podcast format is, intimate conversations with WordPress Contributors. We had a good time talking about the early […]

My 2017 New Year’s Resolutions

It’s the end of another year and a great time to reflect and set goals for the upcoming year. I’ve decided to make a public New Year’s Resolution list this year to help me stick with it. Here are my resolutions for 2017. Blogging This year I published 1 blog post (not including this post). That’s […]

My First CrossFit Open

A few weeks ago I completed my first CrossFit Open. My friend John described the CrossFit Open really well in his recap post: The CrossFit Open is an annual event where each week for 5 weeks the global CrossFit community does a series of workouts (1 per week) and we all track our scores against […]

Funny Wifi Names

Last week we switched to Verizon FiOS for our home internet.  I posted a status update on Facebook about my new wifi name: Wu Tang LAN.  I received a lot of responses from friends about their wifi names.  The list was too good not to share! Funny Wifi Names Wu Tang LAN The LAN Before Time […]

#BenchPress at WordCamp Philly

WordCamp Philly is this weekend and once again I am co-organizing the event!  As part of my new #BenchPress initiative, I am planning an event for Sunday morning to get everyone involved in a fun activity. The WordCamp Philly #BenchPress plan is to meet at 11:30am in front of the Art Museum steps (Rocky steps / […]

Have You Seen Hookr.io Lately?

Early last year a new online resource was launched for WordPress developers called Hookr.io. The website is described as The WordPress Hook/API Index, but it is so much more. Fast forward to today and Hookr.io has just launched a new beta layout. Not only does the website feature documentation for WordPress Core, but it also […]

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Who is Brad?

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.

 

CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.

 

Brad resides in Philadelphia.

 

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