Speakers: Mike Selander

  • Amber Hinds, Kevin McKernan, Mike Selander: Matching Themes With Projects Townhall

    Amber Hinds, Kevin McKernan, Mike Selander: Matching Themes With Projects Townhall

    WordCamp Denver 2017Speakers: Amber Hinds, Kevin McKernan, Mike Selander

    October 12, 2017 — There are a lot of ways to control how WordPress looks and “Themes” covers all of them…

    Commercially available themes, from ThemeForest for example.
    Frameworks such as Genesis from StudioPress
    Drag-and-Drop Builders from Beaver Builder to Bold Grid to the Visual Composer plugin.
    How do you pick which is the best-fit for your project and your client?

  • Mike Selander: Peering Into the Process of Code Reviews

    Mike Selander: Peering Into the Process of Code Reviews

    WordCamp Stockholm 2016Speaker: Mike Selander

    December 4, 2016 — “We all make mistakes. A missing semicolon. An unused variable. Debugging statements printing. Any of this sounding familiar yet? All of these bugs and errors can be caught effectively with a peer code review process. In addition, code reviews can help with knowledge transfer, creative problem solving and team morale when done right.
    In this talk we’ll cover the basics of peer code review: tools to help with the process, tips and tricks, main benefits and potential downfalls, and some solid examples you can take back and convince your boss with.”

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  • Mike Selander: A World Without Bugs

    Mike Selander: A World Without Bugs

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Mike Selander

    June 8, 2016 — Bugs frustrate your clients and cause unnecessary costs for everyone. A bug caught by a client is more embarrassing and will take multiple times as long to fix as one found in development.

    Find out how to increase your QA and decrease time spent on expensive bug fixes. In this talk, we’ll cover the workflows, testing methods, and tools that you need to keep bugs from making it into production. Everything from automated QA testing to why you should create your own in-house frameworks. You’ll walk away with a more accurate picture on testing and the ability to work towards eliminating all the bugs on your next project.

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