- Pulse Storm GitHub and Station Identification
- New Book: No Frills Magento Layout
- Commerce Bug 1.0.2 is Out
- Commerce Bug 1.1 and Supporting the Future
- Commerce Bug 1.2
- Commerce Bug 1.3 released
- Commerce Bug Tutorial: Access Control
- Commerce Bug 2.3 Release
- Commerce Bug 2.3.1 with Theme Inheritance
Two big announcements. The first, which you already know if you’ve been paying attention, is I’ll be speaking at the Magento Developers Paradise conference in (!) less than a week. In addition to my first conference speaking gig, this will be my first trip to Europe, which is equal parts nerves and excitement.
The second announcement is the availability of Commerce Bug, a developer’s debugging tool and my first commercial Magento extension.
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One of my goals this year was to dip my toe into what The Kids™ call passive income, (but what people over 30 call a business plan). My original goal was to write a few Magento articles, and then expand those into a self-published book. Over time this morphed into plans for an extension which, with some hard work and a little luck, will have longevity throughout the life of the Magento Platform and not (as most technical references do) become obsolete in a year and a half.
I’m not much for begging, but if you’ve found my Magento articles at all useful consider purchasing a Commerce Bug license. Beyond helping me out, Commerce Bug will save you hours a day when you’re working on Magento projects. Getting in early is also a great way to jump to the head of the customer feedback line.
Payment is limited to Google Checkout at this time. If you run into any problem with your order scream and yell at me and I’ll take care of you right away. This is my first self-run store so there are bound to be small hiccups along the way, but know that you will be taken care of.