January 28, 2015 — Good vs Bad code isn’t a subjective opinion. It can be measured, tested, quantified, and plotted on a chart.
Tom takes the opinion out of code quality and provide tools to spot and prevent bad code from ever being written. He goes through tools you can install to check for errors, and catch accidental errors.
Tom shows us tools and techniques to prevent bad code by quantifying code’s qualities.
November 11, 2014 — Heard about Sass but don’t know what the fuss is about? Think you can’t use it with WordPress? Think again! This session will go through the highlights of using Sass, its awesome features (and things to watch out for), and how to integrate it into your WordPress theming workflow.
November 3, 2014 — Lightning Talk:
Web accessibility isn’t a collection of check boxes; it’s a way of thinking about web development. This talk outlines development habits for building WordPress sites that provide a consistent and reliable experience for everyone.
November 3, 2014 — During a decade spent as a professional musician, Helen discovered web development and then WordPress, and made a primary career switch. While on the surface they sound incongruous, Helen believes that skills she learned and honed as a classical pianist have translated directly to becoming a leader in open source software development. Join Helen as she takes a look at those skills and celebrate alternative paths into WordPress.
October 17, 2014 — There’s a lot of information out there on making WordPress as secure as possible. Some of it is great and some of it, well, not so great. My session will walk users through numerous tips and tricks for securing WordPress the right way from the start. In addition we’ll look at a few security misconceptions in an attempt to sort the good information from the bad and keep you from becoming the next victim.
August 21, 2014 — Joe Casabona covers some of the core content from his book, Responsive Design with WordPress, which teaches you how to leverage WordPress to get the most out of responsive design. He focuses on some code heavy stuff, including how WordPress handles images, RESS, and more.
March 4, 2014 — Learn the proper way to write the most secure code in WordPress. Whether you’re a plugin developer or build themes, it’s extremely important to understand how to secure your code from hacks and exploits. Overlooking some very easy to follow techniques can expose your website to the hackers everywhere. WordPress features a number of built-in methods to help make sure your code is safe and secure and each and every one is covered in detail.
December 3, 2013 — In questo intervento verrà presentato il tool WPScan, il principale software per effettuare il security assessment di installazioni di WordPress. Verranno portati come esempio gli attacchi più famosi e si parlerà di cosa è possibile fare perché non si ripetano gli stessi errori.