I wasn't able to find anything on the web about the problems faced with trying to regenerate the thumbnails for this many images at one time, so I solved my problem, and thought I'd blog what I did!
iA is developing a Markdown-based, radically simplified presentation app (called Presenter) that helps you tell stories effectively. Zed is the spiritual successor to Atom — and focused on fast, collaborative editing. You can get it at GitHub.
Curtis McHale defends that including solid and comprehensive documentation with your projects is probably a task you can no longer ignore, if you want to stand out as a more complete WordPress developer.
A lot of tutorials just jump in and miss the fundamentals. I believe that without the fundamentals, you might as well not even start. Think of this post as an upfront investment – a down payment if you will. Getting my development environment setup correctly from the start has literally saved me weeks worth of…
I’m sure we can expect nothing but awesome from Tom.
Josh Kadis has written up a summary of his experience at Quartz (an excellent online business news magazine) using WordPress to build a web app. Their considerations for choosing to build their own API versus use Jetpack’s, using the settings API to their advantage, and a few other tidbits were really interesting here.
Learning to develop a WordPress plugin doesn’t have to be difficult; you can start small and grow your skills over time