‘Developer’ Videos

  • Joey Kudish: WordPress, APIs and You

    Joey Kudish: WordPress, APIs and You

    WordCamp Montreal 2014Speaker: Joey Kudish

    August 21, 2015 — This developer-oriented presentation focuses on explaining what an API is in the context of WordPress and why you should care about them. We dive into the WordPress.com & Jetpack REST API, its surrounding developer ecosystem. Finally we touch upon the new proposed WordPress Core REST API and how it might fit into the picture.

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  • Ryan Kanner: How Being a Musician Made Me a Better Developer

    Ryan Kanner: How Being a Musician Made Me a Better Developer

    WordCamp Boston 2015Speaker: Ryan Kanner

    August 3, 2015 — In this talk, we look at the parallels between being a musician, and being a developer. I’ll share my story of how I transitioned from music to development, and how the skills I learned from being a musician helped me succeed in the development world.

  • Michelle Schulp: How To Speak Unicorn - Improving Designer/Developer Collaboration

    Michelle Schulp: How To Speak Unicorn – Improving Designer/Developer Collaboration

    WordCamp Miami 2015Speaker: Michelle Schulp

    June 27, 2015 — It seems that designers and developers speak different languages: developers are fluent in How, while designers are fluent in Why. Both are extremely important to a project, but this difference often leads to communication breakdowns. This talk gives developers insight into the design process, including vocabulary, problem-solving methods, and workflow, and outline some simple methods to avoid “fail points” along the way.

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  • Sébastien Gest: Osez le SaaS ! ou comment industrialiser et automatiser votre production de site WordPress avec Mill

    Sébastien Gest: Osez le SaaS ! ou comment industrialiser et automatiser votre production de site WordPress avec Mill

    WordCamp Lyon 2015Speaker: Sébastien Gest

    June 15, 2015 — Avec l’émergence des modèles Cloud et plus particulièrement celui du modèle SAAS (software as a services) les modes de production
    ont évolué permettant à l’utilisateur client de ne payer uniquement ce qu’il a consommé.

    WordPress n’étant plus exclusivement utilisé pour la création et la gestion de contenus de
    sites internet (on retrouve sur le marché des solutions d’Outil de ticketing, de gestion Immobilière, Panel de gestion de serveurs par exemple), les professionnels du numériques doivent pivoter pour certaines de leurs offres vers ce standard SAAS.

    Nous verrons au travers de cet atelier ce qui signifie « osez le saas » pour une agence, une ssi ou un développeur freelance utilisant WordPress.

    Nous effectuerons un tour d’horizon des outils disponibles sur le marché permettant de pivoter vers ce schéma de production.

    Puis nous verrons comment concevoir son offre, son infrastructure serveur et ainsi comment gérer sa production autours de notre produit Mill.

  • Kirk Wight: Fear in a Developer’s World

    Kirk Wight: Fear in a Developer’s World

    WordCamp Montreal 2014Speaker: Kirk Wight

    May 25, 2015 — Fear is a powerful force that stalks us through most aspects of our lives. Kirk works full-time as a developer, but not a day goes by without having to face feelings of inadequacy, Imposter Syndrome, and making a commit that takes down one of the highest traffic sites on the Internet. He shares the power of fear in his life (past and present), give some fun disaster stories along the way, and share tips to ensure we all wake up raring to code every morning.

  • David Laietta: Remember To Breathe:  Productivity Tips For Freelancers

    David Laietta: Remember To Breathe: Productivity Tips For Freelancers

    WordCamp Minneapolis 2015Speaker: David Laietta

    May 7, 2015 — Developers build up a library of code and get the right tools to be more efficient, and everyone working in the WordPress space can benefit from the same application of productive skills to get more done in less time. Learn some of the things that have kept me from having to return to a day job, and share skills that you’ve developed as well.

  • Steven Slack: Key In On Your Value

    Steven Slack: Key In On Your Value

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Steven Slack

    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.

  • François-Xavier Bénard: L’i18n et les outils de l10n en 2015

    François-Xavier Bénard: L’i18n et les outils de l10n en 2015

    WordCamp Paris 2015Speaker: François-Xavier Bénard

    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.

  • Josh Pollock: Using Composer to Increase Your WordPress Development Powers

    Josh Pollock: Using Composer to Increase Your WordPress Development Powers

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Josh Pollock

    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.

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  • Julien Melissas: Using Roots/Sage 8.0.0 – A Modern Developers Starter Theme

    Julien Melissas: Using Roots/Sage 8.0.0 – A Modern Developers Starter Theme

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Julien Melissas

    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.

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