Bitbucket vs. Bitbucket

I was recently added to a bitbucket repository with my company email address. I already have a bitbucket account that uses my personal email address, but we didn’t want to connect those for obvious reasons. Separation of concerns, et cetera. Bitbucket only allows one ssh key to be added to one account, and my RSA…

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NeuralSearch Enters Private Beta

It’s time to unleash our creation on the world. Like most of the things we build at Mindsize, NeuralSearch was born from the needs of the store owners we partner with. If you’re running a WooCommerce site, you know that the search built into WordPress isn’t the greatest. Not only does it not do a great…

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A New Website. A Renewed Mission.

We just launched the new version of our website, reaffirming our commitment to help store owners run more successful businesses and paving the way for some new things that we’ll have a lot more to talk about in the very near future! Also, if you find that code I misplaced during the migration, just send…

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Gutenberg Is Progress

A lot has been already said about Gutenberg and whether it should be included in WordPress core. How should it behave once it is included? Should it be the new editor for new sites only? Should it be an option that users can enable, or should it be on by default and give the option…

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