Jeremy Felt is the Director of Web Engineering at 10up, and he's written on his personal blog about evolving your WordPress development by using Vagrant. It's a great read if you are new or unaware to the practice.
So they say. Specifically, David Mainayar said in Woo Weekly #399 that it’s the fastest he’s seen, and I imagine he’s seen a lot.
This post explores methods which can be used to pass arguments to callback functions without resorting to global variables. Additional input is welcome.
In this WordPress.tv episode, Daniel Bachhuber – a Code Wrangler at WordPress.com VIP team – presents what it means to be “one with the code” of WordPress development for providing elegant solutions.
Tom McFarlin weighs in on the topic of WordPress as a tool for application development in his latest post on WP Daily.
Konstantin Kovshenin brought up a good point on his blog, that we should be avoiding do_shortcode() if we can easily use the callback directly. Using the callback function directly prevents WordPress from invoking the shortcode regex that parses shortcode strings. This definitely makes sense when using shortcodes within the theme or plugin they are created…
WordPress provides classes for stock roles on comments, this tutorial shows you how to add them for custom roles and how to style the comments.