Tom McFarlin is a self-employed WordPress developer and a top contributor to the WordPress development community. Tom runs a small business called Pressware, that builds web applications, sites, themes, plugins, and more – using WordPress.
He also works as the Tuts+ Code editor where he is responsible for overseeing all of the Web Development and CMS content that’s published via Envato.
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More About Tom McFarlin
You can find a lot of Tom’s open source work both in the WordPress Plugin Repository as well as on GitHub (though some of it’s quite old and outdated so be mindful of the dates in the repository). Tom tries to keep as many repositories as updated as possible, but contracts and clients come first, so those projects take a backseat
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