October 6, 2016 — Как только на вашем WordPress сайте появляется значительный поток посетителей, риск появления серьезных ошибок начинает расти. Ведь в ядре и API WordPress практически нет потоковой безопасности! Как писать масштабируемый код и избежать состояний гонки в ваших проектах?
October 1, 2016 — Almost everyone will have heard the phrase “don’t hack WordPress core” before, what’s less known is that it’s only the start of the saying. Don’t hack WordPress core, without contributing the hacks back.
Contributing to WordPress core is like riding a bike, it takes a little effort to get started but once you learn it’s a skill you’ll never forget.
You will be given a jump start on contributing, from how to use the bug tracker all the way to contributing a patch and getting your first props.
June 30, 2016 — During a decade spent as a professional musician, I discovered web development and then WordPress, and made a primary career switch. While on the surface they sound incongruous, I believe that skills I learned and honed as a classical pianist have translated directly to becoming a leader in open source software development. Join me as I take a look at those skills and celebrate alternative paths into WordPress.
June 29, 2016 — Have you wondered why certain features make it into WordPress and some don’t? Or why there are last minute changes in a release? There are many decisions, both large and small, that go into making WordPress. You’ll learn some of the philosophies behind the choices, hear real-world examples of how decisions play out, and learn how you can be a part of the process.
April 27, 2016 — Dalla scelta del ticket allo scrivere la prima patch, vediamo i vari passaggi e come divertirci!
February 8, 2016 — We’re at a point now where we have these incredibly powerful query classes in WordPress core that allow you to really tailor down to whatever criterion you want. In this workshop, Drew will provide some real-world examples of some crazy stuff you can do with queries – it’s very much a “sky’s the limit” kind of situation. Queries are really interesting and powerful, and a lot of people are intimidated by advanced queries, even with the abstraction layers that WordPress has put in place.
January 5, 2016 — My presentation will focus on sharing practical tips and advice based on my experiences in becoming a core contributor. While there will be some technical aspects of how to contribute, my intention is to share what I have learned along the road to getting my first props and to provide practical, real-world advice on how to get into core contribution. My audience would be developers of any level who want to start contributing to core.