‘Developer’ Videos

  • WordPress Community Interview With Denis Yanchevskiy

    WordPress Community Interview With Denis Yanchevskiy

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeakers: Denis Yanchevskiy, denisco - Denis Yanchevskiy, denisco

    March 27, 2017 — Denis Yanchevskiy is a developer living in Moscow, Russia. He is active in the local WordPress Community. Denis is active in the WordPress Support Forums with over 2,200 post.

    Denis has several “How To” videos on WordPress TV and would like to see more native language videos being submitted.

  • Mike Hale: Building a Developer Friendly WordPress Plugin

    Mike Hale: Building a Developer Friendly WordPress Plugin

    WordCamp St. Louis 2017Speaker: Mike Hale

    March 21, 2017 — With nearly fifty thousand WordPress plugins available, there’s one for just about everything. However, sometimes a plugin doesn’t do exactly what you need. Working with existing plugins can be a frustrating experience when the developer has not considered how other developers might use it on a client’s web site. In this session I’ll share some common roadblocks working with plugins, how you can make your plugin extensible, and the benefits of building a developer-friendly plugin.

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  • WordPress Community Interview With Robert Sather

    WordPress Community Interview With Robert Sather

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Robert Sather

    January 9, 2017 — Robert Sather is a 25 year old web developer with 6 years experience in web development, doing mainly plugin and custom theme development. Robert resides in Norway and has interests in travelling, urban exploration, hiking in the woods, hamradio, airsoft

  • Sal Ferrarello: Blogging – The Best Thing I’ve Done as a Developer

    Sal Ferrarello: Blogging – The Best Thing I’ve Done as a Developer

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Sal Ferrarello

    December 19, 2016 — As a developer, there are many experiences which have helped me grow and improve. None of them have been as valuable as blogging. We’ll look at how blogging has helped me as a developer and why I think you should be blogging, too.

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  • Zach LeBar: How to Speak “Conversational Developer”

    Zach LeBar: How to Speak “Conversational Developer”

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Zach LeBar

    December 12, 2016 — Many of us here aren’t developers. We might have a fuzzy notion of what they do and why they’re important. When we run into an issue while using WordPress, we might know that it’s a developer who can fix the problem, but do we know how to explain the issue to them? More importantly, do we understand the answer they’re giving?

    There’s a lot of technical jargon that many developers assume as common knowledge to anyone using WordPress: How is your backend configured? What theme are you running, and is it based on a framework? Is it a Genesis-based theme? A child-theme? Are you working with vanilla CSS3 or Sass? What version of PHP is your server running? Are you on a shared host, a dedicated VPS, or a managed solution? Are you seeing a server error or a PHP error?

    The avalanche of questions and terminology can be completely overwhelming.

    In this talk, I’ll break down some basic terminology, explain the foundational concept of how a WordPress site works, and in the end, try to help you bridge the language gap between you and your developer.

  • Michal Bluma: Ça sent la découpe

    Michal Bluma: Ça sent la découpe

    WordCamp Montreal 2016Speaker: Michal Bluma

    December 2, 2016 — De façon générale, le graphiste prépare les maquettes et le développeur les découpe. Parfois, cette relation peut créer des tensions. « Bon! Encore un blending mode! Grrr! » J’aimerais vous donner des trucs pour mieux préparer les maquettes en vue de la découpe ainsi que des astuces pour les développeurs un peu moins à l’aise avec Photoshop. Ensemble, j’espère qu’on pourra créer une meilleure harmonie entre les deux partis en améliorant la communication.

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  • Pancho Perez: Consejos y casos interesantes para diseñar un proceso de pagos online

    Pancho Perez: Consejos y casos interesantes para diseñar un proceso de pagos online

    WordCamp Santander 2016Speaker: Pancho Perez

    November 20, 2016 — Durante mi experiencia como desarrollador WP cree algunas tiendas con Woo, también con Prestashop y Magento, esto me llevo a conocer varios modelos para la aplicación de un modelo de pago. El objetivo de la charla tiene explicar cuando y que modelo de proceso de pagos usar, tres pasos, campos, formatos o 1 click. Con ejemplos reales de diferentes tamaños, así como ejemplos de como lo resuelven otras plataformas o servicios. También con algunos datos de cuales convierten mas y que factores ayudan a convertir mejor. Finalizando en como un proceso de checkout se integra con una pasarela de pagos.

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  • Dario BF: Buenas practicas en el desarrollo con WordPress

    Dario BF: Buenas practicas en el desarrollo con WordPress

    WordCamp Santander 2016Speaker: Dario BF

    November 20, 2016 — ¿Eres diseñador o desarrollador web y utilizas WordPress como framework de desarrollo de aplicaciones, gestor de contenidos o desarrollas productos para WordPress (plugins, themes…)?

    Deberías conocer estas buenas prácticas para cumplir con los estándares de WordPress y no arruinar ninguna instalación de ningún cliente.

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