July 2, 2016 — As WordPress grows beyond 25% of the internet, we have a unique opportunity to leverage that power. This talk will propose the Connected WordPress initiative, to connect all WordPress sites together into an Open Platform, for social, sharing and security.
December 11, 2015 — Earlier this year, we released a bug fix for one of the most complex and severe security issues WordPress has ever had – the Trojan Emoji bug. (So good it got its own name!)
In this talk, we’ll take a look at the initial report, reconstruct how we got to the eventual solution, and discuss what we learned along the way.
August 20, 2015 — If there is always someone more qualified than you, more deserving of higher rates, and more of an expert; there is a good chance you have imposter syndrome. That’s okay, we all do.
We got together a seriously good line-up and the WordPress Melbourne meetup to talk about imposter syndrome, what it is and – more usefully – how to beat it.
This screencast features the voices of Peter Wilson (peterwilson.cc), Dee Teal (thewebprincess.com) and Gary Pendergast (pento.net).
June 1, 2013 — When you have a great idea for a site, you need WordPress to scale with you. From your first shared host, through to racks of high powered hardware, how do you get WordPress to keep up? Learn about the tools and techniques you can use to keep your site running smoothly for it’s entire life, regardless of what the rest of the internet throws at it.