‘Development’ Videos

  • Thomas Scholz: Writing Code for Multisite

    Thomas Scholz: Writing Code for Multisite

    WordCamp Berlin 2015Speaker: Thomas Scholz

    January 25, 2016 — Writing multisite compatible themes and plugins will help you becoming a better developer and reducing the amount of support. In this session I will talk about the restrictions and possibilities, what to watch out for and what we can learn from the core code.

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  • Panel Discussion: The REST API, WordPress and the Future of Web Development

    Panel Discussion: The REST API, WordPress and the Future of Web Development

    WordCamp Edinburgh 2015Speakers: Tim Nash, Sergio Estevao

    January 11, 2016 — A group discussion and Q&A regarding the REST API and WordPress Development.

  • Łukasz Korowicki i Michał Strześniewski: Style Guide Driven Development, czyli jak wykonać więcej za mniej

    Łukasz Korowicki i Michał Strześniewski: Style Guide Driven Development, czyli jak wykonać więcej za mniej

    WordCamp Krakow 2015Speakers: Łukasz Korowicki, Michał Strześniewski

    January 5, 2016 — Proces wytwarzania stron internetowych potrafi być bardzo złożony, przez co osiągnięcie zamierzonego celu może zależeć od wielu czynników. Praca pod presją czasu powoduje, iż każda osoba odpowiedzialna za jeden z etapów stara się go wykonać możliwie najszybciej.
    Style Guide Driven Development (SGDD) to wzorzec projektowy, dzięki któremu kolejne etapy projektu zajmują mniej czasu niż poprzednie.
    Często zapominamy, że niewielkie problemy, które pojawią się na etapie tworzenia grafiki potrafią urosnąć do rangi błędów krytycznych tuż przed oddaniem projektu. Rozkładając odpowiedzialność za projekt w sposób bardziej równomierny i dostosowany do kompetencji uczestników projektu, uzyskujemy projekt kompletny, któremu do perfekcji brakuje możliwie mało.
    SGDD to proces dzięki któremu nie tylko programiści mają ułatwione zadanie, ale także specjaliści od SEO oraz UX.

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  • Jason Resnick: Productize Your WordPress Service

    Jason Resnick: Productize Your WordPress Service

    WordCamp NYC 2015Speaker: Jason Resnick

    December 20, 2015 — Follow along as I explain how I managed to pivot my WordPress development business from being an hourly/project-based WordPress developer with a plate full of different clients and projects to one with exclusive clients who all go through the same funnel and process month over month.

  • Tim Nash: A Very Modern WordPress Stack

    Tim Nash: A Very Modern WordPress Stack

    WordCamp Manchester 2015Speaker: Tim Nash

    December 18, 2015 — WordPress doesn’t live in isolation but’s sits as part of a stack. From the operating system, to the web server each aspect of the stack should be carefully chosen. In addition WordPress can be enhanced by using other application in tandem. Tim takes a look at the eco-system that WordPress lives in, to help people create a very modern WordPress stack.

  • Rami Abraham: WordPress - The Next Generation.  A Look Into WordPress Sites 5, 20, and 50 Years into the Future

    Rami Abraham: WordPress – The Next Generation. A Look Into WordPress Sites 5, 20, and 50 Years into the Future

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Rami Abraham

    December 12, 2015 — Today, developers are well into embracing WordPress to enable the next generation of applications: creating rich native applications, powering home automation devices, supplying data to video games, and powering the data behind 3D applications.

    With very few exceptions, much of these applications are widely unknown to a site owner in 2015. Similar to how custom post type functionalities are now well-known among the masses, what does the world look like when clients begin demanding these new possibilities? When developers start building them?

  • Matt Cheney and Mark Llobrera: Decoupled Development with WordPress JSON APIs

    Matt Cheney and Mark Llobrera: Decoupled Development with WordPress JSON APIs

    WordCamp US 2015Speakers: Matt Cheney, Mark Llobrera

    December 11, 2015 — WordPress is coming of age as an application platform. Plugins like WP-API 2.0 and the JSON REST API have arrived, opening up new opportunities for how websites and applications are constructed with WordPress as a CMS. More and more developers are discovering the benefits of “decoupled” development for websites and applications, where the front-end client (website, native mobile, desktop) is built as a separate system from the CMS itself.

  • Andrew Nacin: Advanced Topics in WordPress Development

    Andrew Nacin: Advanced Topics in WordPress Development

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Andrew Nacin

    December 10, 2015 — Advanced Topics in WordPress Development

  • David Murphy: Managing WordPress With Ansible

    David Murphy: Managing WordPress With Ansible

    WordCamp Manchester 2015Speaker: David Murphy

    November 22, 2015 — How to deploy and manage your own WordPress hosts using Ansible, from local virtual machines for development to single host instances to multi-host stacks that scale all using the same tools. Despite the varied and plentiful choices for WordPress hosting that are available, there is still something liberating about running your own servers. Providers like Digital Ocean, Linode, and Amazon Web Services have reduced or removed most of the barriers for those that want to take the leap, but Systems Administration remains an art of its own. Ansible allows us to build on the best practices of others as well as inventing our own to create reproducible environments for local development, private staging, and public instances. My session will introduce Ansible, touch on vagrant and cloud hosting, show how to deploy WordPress using Ansible, and demonstrate how we can re-use these tools across multiple environments.

  • Davis Shaver: How We Keep Development Cool, Calm, and Collected

    Davis Shaver: How We Keep Development Cool, Calm, and Collected

    WordCamp Philly 2015Speaker: Davis Shaver

    October 28, 2015 — Like many in the WordPress world, I started as a cowboy coder. Editing .php files right on the FTP server? You betcha. This is a great way to develop – if you don’t mind potentially catastrophic fatal errors, and unhappy stakeholders.

    I’ll share some strategies from our team at Fusion for integrating quality checks into a WordPress-specific product development process, plus some tips on keeping it fun.

    This talk will introduce you to the following concepts (including easy steps you can take to followup):
    – Product requirements document (PRD)
    – Github workflows and code review
    – Linting
    – Test-driven development (TDD)
    – Hackdays and team culture


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