January 21, 2021 — Version control is a critical component of any software developer’s toolkit. But for those who have never used it, it may appear daunting. Don’t let it fool you, anyone can learn it!
Focusing on Git, we’ll cover the basic commands everyone should learn, some commonly used workflows, how you can integrate it into your WordPress projects, and even dive into a few more advanced tips to help you level up your skills.
November 3, 2020 — If you’re working with code, you’re going to encounter bugs. One of the most important aspects to efficient software development is learning how to troubleshoot and debug more effectively. In this talk, we’ll discuss some useful debugging methods, powerful tools, and insightful plugins that can help you become a better developer when building with WordPress.
October 22, 2020 — Ever wondered about how to contribute to the WordPress Project? We’ll run though the WordPress teams and explain what they do and how to get involved. Then we’ll break up into smaller groups and get started!
*People of all skill levels are welcome to attend and participate*. There are a wide variety of ways to contribute to WordPress, and there are lots of ways to participate without having technical experience.
May 10, 2019 — The first phase of the Gutenberg project is complete and the new block-based editor was released in WordPress 5.0. So what happens next?
I’ll go over where we are now, some of the concepts and ideas that have been proposed and are actively being worked on for Gutenberg phase 2, and ruminate on what these big and exciting changes might mean for the future of WordPress.
January 5, 2015 — This presentation explores the technical aspects of running a WordPress multisite network, such as scalability, security, user experience, and administrative challenges. We’ll share tips, lessons learned, and ongoing challenges.