Whew. Another week, come and gone. It’s getting faster it seems, right?
I mean, it’s already February! Where did the first month go and how are we almost half-way through the second?
There have been a lot of great conversations and great content being shared all over the place and we couldn’t possibly have gotten to it all – so in our typical fashion, here’s our Weekend Roundup:
This has been a big one over on Core Trac. Or, for some, it’s another example of how “design theory” shouldn’t be in a “developer” area.
Either way, there’s a healthy debate going on over 3.6 and icons.
Things are coming together nicely for the upcoming handbooks that should seriously rock. Here’s a preview of one such concept:
Things are also moving strongly in terms of Post Revisions in 3.6. Updated concepts and wires are being delivered at a decent pace!
This is a neat look at storyboarding in terms of software.
WP Engine sits down with Jesse Petersen in this candid interview.
Although this article is limited in a few ways (just my perspective) it is a good primer for those that are looking to enter this space.
Another great intro for those that are deploying code via Github.
Come get you some awesome.
Develop in WordPress? You might want to take a look at this.
10. Pagely – W3TC and New Relic
An interesting look at how Page.ly uses New Relic to create performance.
Austin Gunter of WP Engine shares his thoughts on making things that users will buy.
An interesting overview of things to consider. Not comprehensive, by any stretch, but a good start.
WP Beginner will show you how.
Our own Tom McFarlin gives you a great overview. I use this as well for local dev.
If you need something silly to brighten a few minutes of your day then you can read this.
I don’t agree with all the statements but many of us will relate. You can swap Joomla for WordPress and it would be the same thing.
Is WP Candy coming back in full force? It seems there have been a number of new podcasts and audio recordings as well as some decent long-form content.
WPLift gives us 8 things to critically think about.
Yes, that would be me.
Appreciate it Devesh!
A good look at mobile dev via WordPress.
A neat look at how some are implementing via WordPress.com:
Get your scoop via Isaac Keyet!
I love this perspective of how you can be successful with a WordPress Theme without having to be a part of a theme marketplace.
I know this for a fact because we’ve done it with Standard Theme.
I like this, especially as we continue to look at the handbook development.
I love the happiness bars at WordCamps! They provide so much value to users!
A great resource for the absolute newbie.
Helen continues to forge a better 3.6.
A neat interview over at WordPress.com.
It’s getting closer!
This is a good review for all of us, especially those that are creating magical experiences with WordPress.
This feature is going to be slick.
31. 9 More WP.TV Videos!
Yikes. They keep coming!
- Natalie MacLees: Setting up a WordPress Site the Right Way
- Chris Lema: Themes 101
- John Gough: User Experience
- Jeffrey Zinn: Backup & Security Lite
- Brad Parbs: WordPress File Structure, FTP & MySQL
- Clark Wimberly – Mastering Custom Post Types
- April Holle: SEO Basics
- Christie Kerner: DIY WordPress Websites for Small Businesses and Non-profits
- Stephanie Leary: Keeping It Simple
And that’s it for your Weekend Roundup.