October 29, 2016 — Here at Level Level we created an Open Source Twig based plugin ‘Clarkson Core’: a template engine with under the hood a collection of Object-oriented WordPress classes and some lightweight handy features.
This, in combination with a basic modern starter-theme and some agreed upon guidelines, contributes to a workflow that keeps comprehensive projects aligned with our technical goals. Meanwhile keeping the WordPress way of development in mind.
Currently every new project runs upon the Clarkson stack resulting in a variety of already delivered websites like Autotaalglas, Elsevier.nl, Kansfonds, SOMO and more. Our goals were to deliver maintainable, high quality and stable code that kept running after every automated deployment without having to hold our breath.
October 28, 2016 — Everyone knows that you need to write reusable code to be able to grow as a developer, right?
However, most developers struggle to understand how to split up their code to make it truly reusable, so they end up copy-pasting parts of code and modifying as needed, instead of effectively reusing the code that was already written, without a single change.
This session explains the concept of Config files and how they allow you to cleanly separate reusable code from project-specific code.
October 25, 2016 — The most beatuiful templates you’ve ever seen! How a template language can speed up your development and make you a better engineer.
September 29, 2016 — Никита расскажет про инструменты, которые необходимы современному WordPress-разработчику в ежедневной работе.
В докладе будут упомянуты популярные must-have плагины, утилиты, темы и фреймворки, онлайн сервисы и многое другое.
September 29, 2016 — На WordCamp Moscow 2016 Евгений расскажет о том, что влияет на качество при создании сайта на WordPress и как добиться наилучшего результата. Будут затронуты вопросы построения эффективного процесса разработки, управления наполнением, контроля качества, непрерывной интеграции и стоимости проекта.
September 4, 2016 — In this session, I’ll demonstrate how I pushed my limits in WordPress development by building a custom WordPress slider for a client website. I hope you will be inspired to take on challenging projects even though you might not know the outcome. In this project, I realized that advanced client specs aren’t indomitable; they are catalysts in pushing skills as a person and developer.
August 24, 2016 — “Presentation about modern front-end development techniques.
With websites growing in complexity we have an increasing need for better tools to help build, test, and monitor our code. Everything from build scripts to monitoring and device testing are now important parts of the front-end developer’s job. After this presentation your front-end muscles increased by 31%.”
August 18, 2016 — What I’ve learned, as a developer, about interacting and empathizing with those poor non-developers who have given me money for code I have written and now expect me to help them, teach them, and respect them despite their absurd questions with obvious answers.
August 2, 2016 — Prior to starting a full time job, John had an idea for a website that would earn a little money…and require zero day-to-day interaction to run smoothly. In his presentation, John will share the requirements he wanted to meet, how he went about building the site primarily through off-the-shelf plugins, and lessons he learned along the way. If you’re interested in finding out how to build a site that consistently brings in extra cash without having to put in daily work, this presentation will give you an idea on how to get started.