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.
May 1, 2010 — Mitcho Erlewine discusses avoiding programming disasters by properly abstracting the code you write and how you can make sure to write code both you and others can reuse in the future.
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October 27, 2008 — Slides from Emil Ong‘s presentation on WordPress, Java and Quercus – from WordCamp SF 2008