June 27, 2019 — If you’ve ever wanted to build your own plugin for WordPress, this is the session for you. We’re going to start from scratch and work our way up.
First, we’ll take a look at the basic requirements of a plugin. Next we’ll take our example plugin idea and break it into the various components and steps that we’ll need. We’ll code up the plugin together and install it on our sites, debugging any problems that arise. Finally, we’ll look at ways that we could further extend our plugin.
June 26, 2019 — A regular staple at the WordPress Halifax Meetup is ‘Plugin Roundups’: a fun, interactive way to to shout out your favourite plugin, what it does, and any tips. Lead by Crystal Picard and Shawn Hooper.
June 10, 2019 — O Desporto como Plugin?
April 12, 2019 — A short story on how to ‘hack’ together a secure web application with the power of WordPress features (Plugins, API and User Roles) with a tight deadline at a 24 hour hackathon
April 11, 2019 — With ‘only’ 56,000 plugins to choose from, how hard can it be to choose the right plugin for your WP project?
There is no magic button to press, no silver bullet.
But there are some basic tips you can follow that will help you decide if a plugin is going to actually do what it promises.
This talk is designed to walk you through the process and make your decision-making process much, much easier.
March 18, 2019 — This talk is a short, straight to the point recap of all the important SEO points a developer should know. WordPress is one of the best platforms for SEO. Sadly, most of us think that installing an SEO plugin will fix everything. That’s not the case! So here’s your cheat sheet to technical SEO for WordPress!
March 18, 2019 — You have a plugin and want more people to check it out, and would love it to be available on the official WordPress plugin directory. But how do you get it ready and submit it, easily keep it up-to-date, avoid common conflicts with other plugins, and get more people finding out about it?
In this talk, I’ll go through tips and techniques to save you (and your plugin users) from pulling out their hair and get your plugin out there on wordpress.org.
February 28, 2019 — As a developer, access to debugging information is vital to troubleshooting your code or finding where performance bottlenecks are happening. By using the WordPress Debug Bar, and related add-ons, you’ll be able to track errors, SQL queries, access the query, and give get insight into what’s happening under the hood of your WordPress website.
February 8, 2019 — After working in WordPress Eco-system for 14 years, and growing a company to over 60 people, which makes it one of the largest WordPress Plugin Development company, I will share my story how we bootstrapped, and what will make a WordPress Product business successful in coming years.
I am Ex-CEO of weDevs, a solid WordPress Product company from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Since inception of weDevs, back in 2013, we created dozens of plugin, released all for free in WordPress.org and sold add-ons and premium version. With over One Million downloads we have made over several millions of dollar from our WordPress Plugins.
I will share about the journey of weDevs and how we grew our team, a brief discussion about what to do and what not. I will talk about the moral background while making business decision.