September 29, 2011 — The number of free and premium themes for WordPress has EXPLODED over the past couple of years. As such, the range of quality and consistency from one theme to another can be enormous.
Much has been discussed across the net about design standards, coding best practices, and the ever changing theme environment – I’d like to take the conversation a step further by examining the entire theme-marketplace as a whole and suggesting a ”manifesto” for theme designers.
September 7, 2011
October 23, 2010
July 10, 2010 — This is live WordPress development without a net. Alex King and Shawn Parker from Crowd Favorite take you through the full process of creating a new feature/add-on/customization for WordPress; from concept to architecture to code.
July 10, 2010 — You want your WordPress site to be fast, use less server resources, and be able to handle increases in traffic. WordPress’ output and object caching are there to help everyone realize these goals. This talk from Chris Scott and Sean O’Shaughnessy cover the differences and interactions between these two types of caching, benchmarks of common caching plugins, and tips for ensuring your themes and plugins are taking advantage of caching.