For the last year or so, I can’t get into a discussion about the WordPress plugin business without hearing why I’ve got to go SAAS. It’s an attractive option, but it is not one I’m going to take for the wrong reasons.
Slides, links and information for my WordCamp Miami talks on AngularJS for WordPress developers. Making WordPress plugin admin screens with Angular.
If you are a WordPress developer, you need to learn about the WordPress REST API. I have released my WordPress REST API course, with 17 videos and example code.
The biggest inducer of anxiety in my business is decisions with no clear answer. In these situations, data is the best anecdote.
the lesson I’ve learned about business, by thinking as a developer about Ingot, as a business. There was a time, let’s call it the last few years of my life, when I rushed from “great idea” to prototype. I’ve spent a lot of time coding an idea before even considering the business’ unique value proposition, or whether such a thing exists.
Over the last few months I’ve put a lot of time into writing Ingot, my A/B testing plugin for WordPress. This was an opportunity to test a lot of my opinions on WordPress development and I wanted to share what I learned.
Attending WordCamp US and The Community Summit was a highlight of my year and a huge privilege. But hearing so many people put down the intelligence of WordPress users was a huge disappointment. The challenge of defining a single profile for the typical WordPress user is impossible, and trying to do so leads to a dismissive view of those who make this success of the WordPress ecosystem possible.
When we deny compliments we are not only being rude to a person who is being incredibly kind to us, we are tearing ourselves down. I’m working very hard not to do this, and I’d like to combat that publicly by taking stock of all I’ve done in 2015.
I’m presenting at WordCamp Orlando today on major events in the life cycle of a request to the front-end of WordPress. The goal of this talk is to help you understand how we get from index.php to a fully formed page on your site.
I’m happy to announce I’m working on a four part video course, teaching you how to use the WordPress REST API to exceed expectations of what WordPress can do, deliver more “WOW” to your clients and ensure you are ready for the future of WordPress.