November 1, 2014 — WordPress is popular which means many people want to learn how to use it via a classroom setting or one-on-one instruction. Having been a teacher of WordPress for several years, Tracy has experienced the ups and downs of teaching WordPress and has developed techniques that work well for students. In her presentation Tracy shares tips, tricks and things to avoid when teaching folks to use WordPress.
August 25, 2014 — В этом докладе разработчиков Геннадий расскажет о профилировании кода в WordPress. Он рассмотрит популярные средства для профилирования Xdebug и XHProf, и покажет как ими правильно пользоваться для повышения скорости плагинов и тем WordPress.
August 18, 2014 — Moderating WPTV content is a fairly simple process but wordpress.tv has a few custom features and there are some manual tasks that you will need to perform.
This video covers some basic guidelines for moderating a WordCamp video.
August 17, 2014 — Alex Khadiwala and Nico Vincent from TechCrunch recently presented on “Non-Blocking WordPress”
August 17, 2014 — Andrew Nacin is one of the lead developers of WordPress. At our August 2013 Big Media Meetup, he gave a short “flash talk” on how WordPress evolves while maintaining backwards compatibility.
August 16, 2014 — Austin Smith is a managing partner at Alley Interactive, a VIP Featured Partner Agency. At our August Big Media Meetup, he gave a short “flash talk” on Elastic Search on WordPress.com, which we’ve shared here. You can read more about the VIP Search Add-On here, and see it in action at KFF.org.
August 16, 2014 — Josh Kadis is the web applications technologist at Quartz. At our August 2013 Big Media Meetup, he gave a short “flash talk” on building qz.com on WordPress.
August 15, 2014 — Simon Dickson and Simon Wheatley from Code for the People, present “One Theme, One Multisite, 30+ Unique Websites”
August 14, 2014 — Taylor Buley of Parade.com presents how his team uses the theme customizer to make editorial changes on the fly.
August 13, 2014 — Dave Jensen (@elgrom) from Metro UK (hosted right here on WordPress.com VIP) explains how Metro continually experiments with their content algorithm to promote and feature the most interesting content for their readers and increase engagement on their site and mobile apps.