‘workflow’ Videos

  • Tomáš Kocifaj: 'Vyhlašte s námi boj špatným projektům

    Tomáš Kocifaj: ‘Vyhlašte s námi boj špatným projektům

    WordCamp Prague 2020Speaker: Tomáš Kocifaj

    July 16, 2020 — ‘Budu mluvit o “Boji proti špatným projektům”. Jsem spoluzakladatel firmy Brilo Team s.r.o., kde se už dlouhá léta zabýváme vývojem projektů právě na systému WordPress. Za tu dobu jsme se setkali už se spoustou klientů, kteří často (i svou chybou) nechali vytvářet projekt, který ve finále neodpovídal tomu, co potřebují. Chceme proto ukazovat a vysvětlovat lidem, jak by měli na tvorbu webového projektu pohlížet. Stejně tak jim dodat potřebné materiály, jako je vzor zadávací dokumentace, vzor technické specifikace, vzor smlouvy o dílo, atd.

  • Nicola Paroldo: Installa velocemente quello che ti serve e parti subito con WordPress

    Nicola Paroldo: Installa velocemente quello che ti serve e parti subito con WordPress

    WordPress Meetup TorinoSpeaker: Nicola Paroldo

    July 4, 2020 — Ti sei mai ritrovato nella situazione di dover iniziare un nuovo progetto e pensare “Ora devo rifare da capo un sacco di cose ripetitive…” come creare il child theme, installare i plugin che usi più comunemente? Ti piacerebbe velocizzare quella fase per poterti concentrare immediatamente sulle cose più importanti del lavoro? Questo mese vediamo assieme alcune buone pratiche per poter mettere in piedi in pochi minuti un ambiente di lavoro, dai suggerimenti per i meno smanettoni a quelli un po’ più dev (hai presente quei temi che ti suggeriscono alcuni plugin da installare non appena gli attivi evitandoti di andare a cercarli? Anche il tuo Child Theme può farlo, ed è più semplice di quanto immagini).

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  • Chris Wiseman: A Modern WordPress WorkFlow

    Chris Wiseman: A Modern WordPress WorkFlow

    Wordcamp Halifax 2018Speaker: Chris Wiseman

    June 26, 2019 — An overview of some of the tooling that makes developing and maintaining WordPress a little easier. A high-level overview of Bedrock (including Composer), Twig templating with Timber, WP-CLI, Laravel Valet, Local by Flywheel, Visual Studio Code with helpful extensions and PHPCS.

  • Vincent Claeys: Optimizing your workflow with Gulp

    Vincent Claeys: Optimizing your workflow with Gulp

    WordCamp Montreal 2018Speaker: Vincent Claeys

    March 18, 2019 — Save time (both coding and loading) by integrating gulpjs into your workflow for automating tasks and delivering highly optimized files.

  • Eileen Violini: No Room for Cowboys - Building a modern WordPress Workflow

    Eileen Violini: No Room for Cowboys – Building a modern WordPress Workflow

    WordCamp Lehigh Valley 2018

    March 1, 2019 — With the rise of the new WordPress editor, developing websites has become sufficiently complex to compel even the most ardent of cowboy coders to consider developing in a local environment. This talk will review the tools and techniques needed to create local environments that mirror production sites, allow for safe alteration of code and data, as well as delivering changes to production websites.

  • Mobeen Abdullah: Theme development with Sage 9, DRY Templates and Laravel's Blade Engine

    Mobeen Abdullah: Theme development with Sage 9, DRY Templates and Laravel’s Blade Engine

    WordCamp Karachi 2018Speaker: Mobeen Abdullah

    December 1, 2018 — Craft stunning themes using a modern WordPress development workflow. This talk will provide an overview of Sage 9 as a quick boilerplate, Boosting development speed as well as load speed, Modern integrations like Blade Template Engine, build tools/compilers etc and most of all DRY templating.

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  • Jérémy Matter: Advanced WordPress development tools

    Jérémy Matter: Advanced WordPress development tools

    WordCamp Lausanne 2018Speaker: Jérémy Matter

    October 11, 2018 — Presentation of the evolution of the tools used in my development workflow.
    Introducing root.io tools to bring WordPress development to another level.

  • Lenora Porter: How To Use Design Tools To Improve Your Workflow

    Lenora Porter: How To Use Design Tools To Improve Your Workflow

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Lenora Porter

    July 10, 2018 — The lines between designers and developers are starting to blur. With the addition of tools like Sketch, Zeplin, Invision, and many others, we can improve our workflow and develop with record speed. Whether that’s designing a quick website as a freelancer, working with designers as a contractor, or simply prototyping your startup idea, these tools will help you translate your thoughts, improve your workflow, and essentially, communicate effectively.

    Topics:
    What is Sketch
    The benefits of using Sketch as a developer
    How Sketch Plugins speed up and streamline development

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  • Lee Drozak: Workflow for Your WordPress Project…Planning to Launch

    Lee Drozak: Workflow for Your WordPress Project…Planning to Launch

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2017Speaker: Lee Drozak

    July 10, 2018 — WordPress projects can quickly derail into a series of scope creep items, frustrations, and missing clients. Having a simple and streamlined process to get information from the customer, gathering adequate feedback and keeping your project on task requires some easy adjustments to your process. Stop struggling with bad clients, projects that never end and designing websites to creating a whole experience that will turn nightmare clients into brand ambassadors. Running a WordPress design business is hard work, and there’s more to it than just making websites. Lee has put together real action steps that will take you from welcoming your new client to following up with your happy clients and your new referral sources.

  • Davide Casali: Mastering Feedback: You, the Team, the Product

    Davide Casali: Mastering Feedback: You, the Team, the Product

    WordCamp Europe 2018Speaker: Davide Casal

    July 7, 2018 — Feedback is commonly perceived as something that everyone is able to do – who doesn’t have an opinion? However, it’s also very easy to give bad feedback: we all know it when we are on the receiving end. This gets more and more evident when the team grows from two people to a whole company.

    Feedback thus becomes a critical skill that can be learned, improved, and mastered. Good feedback skills can improve the quality of the teamwork and the result by a large margin, while bad feedback can grind any team to a halt with confusion if not worse.

    This talk will give insights, challenge myths, and provide practical ideas. How can we improve ourselves? How can we plan good feedback in groups?

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