The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate serves as a foundation and aims to provide a clear and consistent guide for building your WordPress plugins. The second version includes a number of new additions, features, and improvements many of which have been made by the generous people in the WordPress development community.
I am not a professional analyst of the economy. But even for the professionals, there are significant uncertainties. I don’t mean to strike fear with this post. I mean to encourage preparedness — or at least as much as we can in the short time we have available. Please do not take my words as…
GoDaddy has acquired the WordPress website management service, ManageWP. ManageWP will remain a standalone app, and GoDaddy will integrate several features into their GoDaddy Pro and WordPress hosting plans.
In Siobhan McKeown’s latest post on Smashing Magazine, she shares some really great advice from some of the top folks in the industry. It’s a must read if you work with WordPress professionally.
When you launch a new project there’s always a buzz of excitement, hope, and relief, but also that of fear of failure and disappointment. This is something I’ve experienced for all the projects I’ve been part of over the past eight years, to the point that I’m actively looking forward to the first failed launch….
Chris Lema makes the case for implementing WordCamp speaker reviews. I think it’s a great idea, and you should definitely read his full proposal. I do have some concerns on it though. For one, reviews are subjective, so organizers would really need to promote the review to keep them high quality. Also, some new speakers…