As a developer I get tons of people/clients delivering bugs/issues. There are some default things, every developer will ask you, right of the bat before he/she will even look at it.
Since I've been answering this question so many times already, I thought I'd write a short list of things every (proper) developer should ask so I can point people to it, instead of answering the question.
I'm a big fan of Timber, a Wordpress plugin which renders Symfony's templating language Twig into php code.
If you use Timber you can now render all your output in a Twig file, instead of having to echo the logic and all elements in a the (php) widget file, which makes for cleaner template files.
If you use the plugin Advanced Custom Fields a lot, like I do you're bound to run into some sort of limitation.
My problem (and so it seems, not just mine) was related to taxonomy and conditional logic. While building a site with profiles (with the use of an ACF form), I had a form where profile info had to be entered. For sex I had created a taxonomy, so I added it as a taxonomy field.
I like sports as much as the next guy, except I like a bit more non-traditional sports. Mostly these sports are a bit more adrenaline packed.
Now there's one sport which I can only watch since it's a a girls only sport and no it's not synchronised swimming. It's Roller Derby, a sport where girls skate (on rollerskates, not blades) on an oval track.
Strafwerk (translation: detention) was a party I had never heard of before, but I was soon to find out, since Luna City Express (Marco Resmann & Norman Weber) were playing there.
The party was great fun, with people on stage folding paper planes, throwing paper balls in to the club, like one does in detention.
Anton Pieete called out for a driver on his Facebook and since I had nothing planned, I agreed to drive him to and from Arnhem. He had to play there and his driver wanted to drink as well, so I had to be the sober one.
We drove there and got to a gig which was a disaster. There were about 30 people (including staff). Needless to say it was a tough party.