September 26, 2016 — – Untold stories by Asia’s growing online payment gateway –
Omise Payment is one of Asia’s leading payment gateways, and the service that is now available in Japan and Thailand, and will be available in Singapore, and Indonesia by the end of the year.
As the borderless payment startup’s senior full-stack developer, Erin Boeger will talk about the reasons why Omise Payment decided to collaborate with WooCommerce.
The talk also gives you ideas about how engineers knowledgeable about WordPress/WooCommerce can enter into the growing eCommerce markets of Southeast Asia.
~ アジアで成長するオンラインペイメントゲートウェイの新しい物語 ~
Omise Payment は、アジアを代表的なペイメントゲートウェイです。現在日本とタイ王国で利用可能で、年内にはシンガポールとインドネシアでも使えるようになります。国境を越える決済に取り組むスタートアップ企業のシニア・フルスタック開発者としての立場から、Omise Payment がなぜWooCommerce とコラボレーションする道を選択したのかについてお話します。
このセッションを通じて、WordPress や WooCommerce に精通するエンジニアが、どのようにして東南アジアの越境ECのマーケットに関わることができるかについてのヒントも得られます。
September 26, 2016 — Live preview, via the customizer, is the best way to make site management easy for your clients and in your products. Anything can be live previewed out of the box, and with a little work, the live preview experience can become instant and compelling. WordPress core comes with several advanced Customizer controls that developers can use with only a few lines of code. There’s a color control, a media control with support for anything from images and audio to PDFs, and most importantly, the ability to create your own custom controls based off of these.
We’ll see how easy it is to leverage these specialized controls in themes and plugins, and show how you can extend them to build advanced custom controls without starting from scratch. I’ll also explain postMessage and Selective Refresh, and show you how to use them to make site management fun for your clients.
September 25, 2016 — You’ve heard of the good ol’ school PHP loops. You have your “for” loops, your “foreach” loops, your “while” loops, your “fruit” loops… Well maybe not that last one!
As a WordPress developer, you use arrays and loops all the time. They’re an essential part of your developer toolbox. But do you know everything about them?
PHP has a wealth of array functions. They’re used by PHP experts to make their life easier. They let you reduce the amount of PHP code you need. This helps prevent bugs and makes your code more maintainable.
You’ll learn about functions like array_filter, array_map and array_reduce. All within the context of regular WordPress work. By the end of this talk, loops won’t look at you the same way ever again.
September 25, 2016 — The WordPress Organisation is made up of various teams that make the entire ecosystem work. There’s a lot more than contributing code to making WordPress.org and helping WordPress grow.
I will be speaking about the various teams of WordPress, what they do, how they work with each other and more importantly how one can join. Plus a little story of how I joined and how it affected me professionally.
エコシステム全体がうまくいっているのは、WordPress がたくさんのチームによって組織されているからです。WordPress.org や WordPress 自体の成長に貢献する方法は、コードを書くことだけではなく、もっといろいろな形があるのです。WordPress の各種チームについて、彼らが何をしているのか、チーム同士がどのように連携しているのか、そしてもっとも重要な参加方法について、このセッションで話します。それから、私自身がどのように参加するようになり、それが私の職業人生にどのような影響を与えてくれたのかという小さな物語も少し語ります。
September 25, 2016 — Logan takes the audience through the structure of a WordPress site’s security posture, dispelling common misconceptions and elaborating on perceived security overlaps. The session explains the differences between plugin-based security and external solutions, as well as how they best work together. In easy-to-understand terms, Logan also touches on basic hosting configuration best practices and security control spheres. Whether just getting started in WordPress or a seasoned developer, this talk has something for every WordPresser.
September 25, 2016 — Best practices for estimating WordPress-based projects to be delivered to customers. Understanding and controlling scope; Methods for estimating and tracking time; Managing customer expectations; Retrospectives/continuous improvement
September 24, 2016 — Trisha Salas presents ‘Accessibility: Tips, Tricks & Best Practices for Plugin Developers’.
September 24, 2016 — That crazy SEO thing everyone tells you you need? WordPress makes it pretty easy for even the most basic users. I’ll walk you through the basics anyone can do to help their website rank better. It isn’t all smoke and mirrors, and it isn’t snake oil. Content is king and I’ll teach you how to tackle your website like a true SEO.