User Trust Matters now available in Japanese

ユーザーとの信頼関係の重要性 – WordPress コミュニティにおける後方互換性という哲学 When I was summarizing my last month of daily posting, I mentioned a few ways I felt like my writing was having impact. I didn’t even consider that my work would inspire someone to translate what I wrote my writing into another language.  However, I was incredibly honored when Takayuki Miyauchi asked to […]

An alternative splitting algorithm for publishiza

My friend John built plugin for writing tweet storms in WordPress. I’ve now used it to tweet storm about salary negotiations and WordPress committer stats in 2016. I like it, but I wasn’t super happy with how it split up the the post into individual tweets. It essentially just splits it up so that each tweet is […]

Video: The WordPress REST API Guide for Non-developers – Petya Raykovska

We rarely talk about are the challenges presented by the REST API, especially for non-developers, mostly because the only people who talk about the REST API are developers. This talk  provides a short guide to the WordPress REST API from a non-developer perspective: what is it, how it will change WordPress development, combined with some […]

WordPress 4.7 downloads: 4 million in 7 days

I glanced over at the WordPress Download Counter and saw that WordPress 4.7 surpassed Four million since it came out last Tuesday. Five years ago, during the State of the Word, Matt highlighted that WordPress 3.2 had 500,000 downloads in two days.  5 years and 15 releases later, it’s amazing to see the growth of WordPress. In […]

A Free WordPress Development course – Part 1

Want to Learn WordPress?  There is no need to pay for a course that you may not ever finish it. You can level up your WordPress development skills for free. How? By watching some of the really great developers and designers of WordPress and by reading great examples of WordPress code. This isn’t a great […]