John Blackbourn: An introduction to character encoding and emoji

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October 29, 2016

As a developer, understanding character encoding adds a lot of clarity to your work, especially when you’re dealing with text that contains characters beyond A-Z. If you’ve ever migrated a database from one site to another and ended up with jumbled characters in your content, this talk is for you. I’ll also explain why emoji in WordPress is the public relations face of something much more important.

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WordCamp Nederland 2016 33

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John Blackbourn 11

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Developers 99
emoji 1

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