The editing is annoying, as it will intersect shots with audio that aren’t merged well enough, so the audio appears to “jump” between transitions.
I will say that I wish as a developer that has to look through other plugin, that more people knew about Object Oriented programming, which is more than putting functions in a class. There are patterns and other details that goes into OOP. Understanding that allows others to easily adapt your classes to their own code.
From what I’ve seen is that novices, will write code that isn’t reusable. Therefore the code has to be rewritten over and over again. However, I do like that all I really need to do is extend the base plugin class and override the plugin code.
The content in the video is something that every plugin developer, whether someone who thinks about writing plugins to the experienced developer (who might already be doing a lot of what is in the video).
Someone was asleep at the input gain on that mic. Harsh.
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October 5, 2008
Brendan Sera-Shriar discusses WordPress plug-ins at WordCamp Toronto 2008
Video by CCSAI
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