May 7, 2016 — Pippin is a prolific plugin developer and founder of several successful commercial WordPress plugin projects. This session will have a Q&A style format where the audience can ask any question related to plugin development, the WordPress.org plugins directory, selling plugins, building a development team, and anything else related to plugins. Pippin will do his best to answer every question to the best of his ability.
March 29, 2016 — When you submit a plugin, it seems to fall into a big black box. Then, suddenly, you get an email telling you things that are incorrect and need some attention. What actually happens is at once incredibly simple and painstakingly annoying. I should know. I do it every single day. And I’m here to help you understand what it is.
February 24, 2016 — Abiral Neupane and Regan Khadgi discuss introduction, guidelines, and plugin demonstration.
February 24, 2016 — Rakesh Lawaju(WEN Solutions), Abiral Neupane (Eagle Vision IT)and Regan Khadgi(WEN Solutions) talk about basics of plugin development and conduct small session on plugin development.
Presentation has focused on following topics:
1) WordPress plugin introduction and its importance.
2) Things to be considered while developing WordPress plugin
3) A WordPress plugin demonstration.
February 4, 2016 — This session gives an introduction to how to test WordPress plugins with unit tests, focusing on the advantages it provides. We’ll have a look together at the main steps to set up a first test case.
February 4, 2016 — As a plugin developer, you should write code that plays well with other plugins. When a plugin is not initialized in an optimal way, it can be hard or even impossible for other plugins, to interact with it. In this lightning talk I would like to give you some tips on how to do it right in your plugins, which can also decrease the number of service requests.
January 14, 2016 — Getting any plugin on the WordPress.org forum can be a lot of work. Taking a plugin like Better WP Security (now iThemes Security) to more than 2.5 million downloads when it isn’t your full-time job can seem nearly impossible. This talk will discuss how I built Better WP Security to one of the largest plugins on WordPress.org including what I did right and what I could have done better. Specific tips will involve handling support, marketing a plugin and squashing bugs when you wear all the hats (developer, marketer, teacher, project manager, etc). This session will help to equip you with the tools you will need to not just get your plugin out there but also to make sure it is successful.
October 8, 2015 — Similarities of surgery and coding. KISS principle, First do no harm, etc.
I will describe my journey in development of GitHub Updater.
September 28, 2015 — Talk about the history of WP-CLI and the possible future of WordPress plugin development.