July 9, 2015 — Writing secure code is more than three-letter acronyms, escaping, and sanitization. It’s a state of mind, just like writing useful and maintainable software. This talk shows the natural evolution of the attitude towards security of a WordPress plugin developer.
July 8, 2015 — This talk is on the current and future possibilities offered by the REST API in Jetpack and future WordPress versions for theme and plugin developers.
June 23, 2015 — This talk is about the WordPress coding standards, documentation standards, and showing how to apply those when writing your own plugins.
June 20, 2015 — This talk is about getting started making plugins. The only requirement is some knowledge of PHP. This talk is ideal for people who have put PHP into functions.php and then been sad when it was lost when changing themes.
June 20, 2015 — This talk is about bringing the principles of user experience design together with the development team to build a stronger and better solution.
May 24, 2015 — A discussion on how (and why) to ensure that your plugins are safe and conflict free.
May 24, 2015 — This session aims to enlighten the audience about some attack vectors and how to counter them with the current security best practices for WordPress plugins. Topics covered include: Plugin security best practices, data sanitization, action authorization, and permissions.
May 20, 2015 — Learn what a functionality plugin is, what belongs in a theme and what should go in a plugin, and how to build a plugin.
May 8, 2015 — In the WordPress community, there is a huge debate on whether you should add your code in a plugin or use it in a theme. The answer really depends on who the code is written for. This presentation shares my experiences and best practices to help you determine whether your code should go into a plugin or a theme.
May 1, 2015 — Nico Danneberg – Erfahrungsbericht aus der Plugin-Entwicklung
WP Meetup Potsdam 04/2015