April 25, 2015 — To you and I, coding standards and doing things properly in WordPress matter. How do you explain that value to a potential client and communicate to them how your services will benefit their business? Can you express your expertise without sounding like a space robot? This presentation shares stories and talk about selling value as a developer.
April 17, 2015 — En 2015, l’internationalisation et la localisation deviennent des priorités pour la démocratisation et l’adoption de WordPress mondialement. Pas moins de 3 ateliers à ce WordCamp Paris 2015. Serions-nous dans l’air du temps ? Ne ratez pas le coche !
Vous êtes développeur de thèmes ou d’extensions, venez découvrir et partager les fonctions, guidelines et workflow disponibles pour optimiser votre i18n.
Vous êtes déjà traducteur ou pas encore, venez découvrir les nouveaux outils communautaires en ligne comme Transifex pour vous faciliter le travail.
Ensemble, créons et traduisons… Je vous attends.
April 14, 2015 — Composer, the PHP dependency manager, is a simple tool that can make it easier for you to reuse your code across projects, speed up your plugin, theme and site development, use other people’s code more efficiently and can even improve your site deployments. In this talk you will learn how to add Composer to your projects, publish Composer libraries, use other developer’s open source Composer libraries, improve your site deployments and otherwise make your life easier.
April 13, 2015 — Roots has always offered awesome tools for theme developers who want a great head start and aren’t afraid to try the latest and greatest. The latest version of the very popular Roots starter theme has been renamed to Sage and now has even more magic to make your life better when developing WordPress themes.
February 18, 2015 — “この開発者指向のプレゼンテーションは WordPress の環境での API とは何なのかと、なぜ私たちがそれらを気にするべきなのかを説明します。
提案されている WordPress コアの REST API や、 WordPress.com と Jetpack の REST API を含む WordPress のエコシステムのなかで利用可能な色々な API を探っていきます。
This developer-oriented presentation will focus on explaining what an API is in the context of WordPress and why you should care about them. We’ll explore the different APIs available within the WordPress ecosystem, including the WordPress.com & Jetpack
REST API as well as the proposed WordPress Core REST API. We’ll also touch upon some of the surrounding developer ecosystem. Time allowing, the presentation will include a Q&A where attendees can ask questions about APIs, general WordPress development
January 7, 2015 — This presentation talks about getting the confidence to kickstart your web development career NOW and within short order build it into a serious part or full time income without any initial out of pocket investment.
November 6, 2014 — You’ve been managing content in WordPress, maybe you’ve dabbled with modifying a file, but you’re not sure where to go from here (other than total failure). In this session we’ll cover how to transition from dabbler to budding developer, learning opportunities around the web, and issues that can impact your learning, ranging from imposter syndrome to gender and generalisms to non-computer science educational backgrounds.
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.
September 15, 2014 — Numbers Used Once (NONCE) are important tools for developers. Many developers however don’t understand what they are or or how to properly use them. In this session we will take the red pill and dive headfirst into the rabbit hole.
When we emerge, you’ll know the tools available to you, both built-in and add-ons.
Join me for this enchanted journey, learn something new, refresh your knowledge, and groan at the bad jokes and tortured metaphors.
September 10, 2014 — In this session learn where to find designers and developers in your local area or beyond to build the unique WordPress experience you envision. We’ll discuss how to set expectations, manage your project from concept to completion and the ongoing maintenance of your projects.