September 30, 2016 — In the last couple of years, security has become a bigger focus point and it hasn’t been different for WordPress. During this talk, I dive into this a bit more by focusing on our role in making sure that projects are delivered as secure as they can be. This by going over several security issues that were discovered this year and ways how you can prevent yourself.
May 13, 2016 — You always think it will never happen to you but when it does, it’s all hands on deck. My personal site was almost hacked and since then I actively looked at what I could improve. During this talk I will talk what I had before and show all the improvements I made since then. It will be a mixed of using using the existing tools and my own creation in managing my sites.
January 11, 2016 — Most of us started running their first site on shared hosting but over time you want more out of it. After some bad experiences, I decided to move to a VPS and do it myself. In the beginning I made a few mistakes but since then things grow that my sites are now running on 6 servers. During this talk I will discuss how my site has grown to be more complex in the last couple of years and how it looks now. This will include all the mistakes I made.
December 7, 2015 — You always think it will never happen to you but when it does, it’s all hands on deck. My personal site was almost hacked and since then I actively looked at what I could improve. During this talk I will talk what I had before and show all the improvements I made since then. It will be a mixed of using using the existing tools and my own creation in managing my sites.
October 2, 2015 — Being a WordPress developer means that our main programming language is PHP. Which works for building websites but not for running tasks. In this talk I will share my experience using Node.js as a platform to build on. Explaining why I have chosen for Node.js and show you how I used Node.js to build microservices that are supporting my WordPress projects.
June 22, 2015 — In this presentation, Marko discusses the basics you can do with WordPress and which software you can use to prevent – and detect! – hacking.
November 6, 2014 — The success of building your own plugin is all depends on how you start. From making the right decisions to finding the right structure and tools to maintain it.
We will cover during this talk the last part. I will short talk about how to setup your plugin, which things are needed and from there talk about some basic unit tests you should include in every plugin to make your live a bit easier. As last part I will cover grunt which is a task runner which can automate all your processes so you don’t need to even think about most of the things.
October 18, 2014 — GlotPress is a collaborative, web-based software translation tool and it’s the tool that was build for WordPress. This session will show the future of this tool and the roadmap to make GlotPress one of the best tools out there and a tool every plugin developer will use.