Minor ThinkTwit Update 1.3.2

I’ve just released a minor update to ThinkTwit which adds the current version of ThinkTwit to the database, for the purpose of making upgrades more smooth in future, along with storing a list of the names of each cache used to store tweets – this will also be helpful for upgrading and uninstallation in future as we need to know this information to either upgrade the cache or to remove it.

Finally, I noticed a method with an extraneous parameter so removed this.

About Stephen Pickett

Stephen Pickett is a programmer, IT strategist and architect, project manager and business analyst, Oracle Service Cloud and telephony expert, information security specialist, all-round geek. He is currently Technical Director at Connect Assist, a social business that helps charities and public services improve quality, efficiency and customer engagement through the provision of helpline services and CRM systems.

Stephen is based in south Wales and attended Cardiff University to study Computer Science, in which he achieved a 2:1 grading. He has previously worked for Think Consulting Solutions, a leading voice on not-for-profit fundraising, Fujitsu Services and Sony Manufacturing UK as a software developer.

Stephen is the developer of ThinkTwit, a WordPress plugin that allows you to display multiple Twitter feeds within a blog.

4 thoughts on “Minor ThinkTwit Update 1.3.2

  1. Hello Stephen, would you be interested in improving and adapting ThinkTwit for a specific project? We would like to hire your services if you could be available. Looking forward to your reply, many thanks.

  2. Hi Mightypixel,

    What did you have in mind? I’ve not done any further development for a while as I have so much work on in my job and though development is in my own time I frequently need this to unwind – let me know what you have though and I’ll certainly consider it.

  3. Thanks Stephen, perhaps you could send me an email address so we can correspond in private?

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