October 23, 2014 — There are many things that solo developers do that break down when placed in a team environment. We’ll walk through some of the best practices and things to keep in mind when going from freelance to working in a team.
October 9, 2014 — VVV is a WordPress focused development environment, giving you, the WordPress developer, a “default
server configuration … intended to match a common configuration for working with high traffic WordPress
In this presentation, Simon introduces some techniques his team uses in their sites provisioning scripts to solve issues with private Git repositories and will also cover various provisioning methods (WP CLI, SVN, Git, Composer).
September 30, 2014 — Gabriel Koen from PMC (Variety.com, Deadline Hollywood) presented “Launches: Lessons Learned” at the recent Big Media & Enterprise Meetup in San Francisco, California.
September 12, 2014 — Learn how Vagrant, a tool for creating portable development environments, can help you:
– Easily setup a local development environment
– Match your local development environment to production and avoid surprises during deployment.
– Share development environments with team members and get new team members up and running in record time.
– Easily deploy code by using providers and provisioners.
January 3, 2014 — There are 10 questions that range from developer basics, to advanced WordPress development, to developer philosophy that help me suss out just how “expert” a candidate really is.
Whether you’re contracting a developer to build your site, hiring a full time engineer, or just want to see if *you* can pass the 10up test, this talk is for you.
July 1, 2013 — This presentation shows how to build your business on WordPress in the same way that WordPress is built – decoupled, distributed, and across the globe.
March 27, 2013 — All the great ideas in the world won’t amount to much if you don’t know how to execute. Chris shares insights into high performers and a habit or two that will help get your projects “done, done”.