Hope you guys had a great week! It’s already into March, can you believe it? We’re nearly 25% of the way through 2013. Someone pinch me, seriously, because it’s moving way too fast.
Here’s your weekly rundown of what you may have missed that wasn’t explicitly covered here on WP Daily.
Let us know if we missed anything or if we need to subscribe to a particular blog and what not!
I think you should at least take a look at #3, $22, #24, and #26. Those are must-reads, especially #24 on remote management.
Title says it all.
What is that? It’s a plugin that helps you write other plugins.
I like the use of Gravatars here! Looks like it’s getting full already!
Following a lot of big names like jQuery it’s another tool to check out.
5. Daily Prompt
Having trouble with that blog post? Get challenged with WordPress’ daily prompt. We’ve covered it before but it’s worth reminding you. Enjoy.
Wow, those guys over at iThemes are busy!
New interview and a new podcast!
8. Chris Lema on Hiring for Integrity, Genesis and Thesis Comparison
Chris blogs like a beast. It’s hard to keep up with him!
Interested in learning more about building an app, using WordPress for blogging photos, or in-tune with BuddyPress? WPMU’s got some updates for you.
Intense Debate comes out of hibernation and blogs for the first time this year. Good one fellas. 😛
You won’t have to do this all the time – in fact, most people won’t need this, but it’s neat if you do.
Looking to use Zend or looking for an update on how they are doing support-wise?
Don’t lose those valuable dollars friends!
We covered the release here and now we’ve got some more info!
Is it a waste of time?
New and improved!
The office hours will be every Wednesday starting on 6th March:
- Plugin Development Handbook: 3pm UTC (in your time zone)
- Theme Development Handbook: 8pm UTC (in your time zone)
via Daily Post!
WordPress? Enterprise? Yes.
Sharing how they do responsive.
22. Mega Epic Awesome WordPress Resource Handbook via WPKube
Yikes. It’s big.
This is kind of a must-read.
via WooThemes. It’s neat to see this type of data.
A great read by Alex Denning.
Million dollar business? Ok!
A case study of how they accomplish this.
They argue not to remove them.
And that’s all she wrote folks!