October 3, 2015 — As developers and users of WordPress, we may get very comfortable using the software, and we may find ourselves getting nothing but WordPress jobs or only working with WordPress. This is wonderful, we become experts in our respective fields, yet there is a danger to this as well.
I would like to remind everyone and explore some of the ideas that come from outside the WordPress bubble. All too often it’s easy to get entrenched in one way of thinking (the WordPress way), and while this is very necessary to understand how to work with WordPress efficiently and correctly, it often helps just as much to step outside of our comfort zone and explore how other people are handling the same problems we run into.
October 2, 2015 — Being a WordPress developer means that our main programming language is PHP. Which works for building websites but not for running tasks. In this talk I will share my experience using Node.js as a platform to build on. Explaining why I have chosen for Node.js and show you how I used Node.js to build microservices that are supporting my WordPress projects.
September 26, 2015 — With the introduction of HTTP/2, a lot of things are changing. We developers now have to unlearn some of the things that made us excellent, to adapt to a different world.
July 11, 2015 — As web developers, there are many considerations we have to make as we develop: for mobile, for responsive, for accessibility. I believe we can approach this in a more robust, positive, and future-proof manner by looking at capabilities rather than concessions. This talk is about shifting and inspiring perceptions, rather than any sort of tutorial.
June 22, 2015 — Ben and Joseph gives you a step by step walkthrough of consuming data from a WordPress back end using AngularJS and show you how they have used this concept in production to power multiple front end websites with one WordPress installation.
June 19, 2015 — This presentation covers: Preparing your system to work with Docker containers using Boot2Docker, Building and customizing containers. Using Docker Compose to manage collections of related containers. Using Docker to test scaling and load balancing. Sharing your containers. Deploying your containers to the server
March 23, 2015 — This talk covers the theories and functions dealing with validating input and sanitizing output. It starts at the very basic, and wind up with some discussion of the trickier parts of how different kinds of data should be filtered.
January 27, 2015 — Davide shares some basic design and user interaction fundamentals.