There have been a host of major changes in the release of 3.5 and developers are going to have a field day with some of new changes that have been made recently (all which you can see directly here). I’m especially appreciating some of the multisite changes as we’ve been experimenting with that particular build for some projects and looking to deploy something neat this coming year. Justin Sternberg and Andrew Nacin have called out a few key things of note though through the core blog that will catch a few developers up to speed as they first dig in, […]
It’s not even been a full 24 hours and the core team won’t be taking a break too soon – like many times in the past, they’ll be having their post-launch meeting to discuss what happened right, what went wrong, and how they can improve any issues that have already risen to the surface. Good product companies and businesses have these post-mortems to discover how they can improve their workflow and process – I’m always glad to see this type of thing happen and unfortunately it doesn’t happen enough with companies that build apps. And we all can be very […]
There have been two blog posts that have been shared immensely recently, both on Smashing Magazine about being a top WordPress developer and a top WordPress professional. Both articles are fantastic and Siobhan McKeown and Jonathan Wold really share some neat insights from their experiences with WordPress. I liked both of them because I have experienced both myself, starting as a WordPress developer (starting at Strayhorn, WordPress v1.5) and then building a successful contracting company and then leading a team that develops a WordPress Theme as it’s core flagship product, thus moving me into the sphere of a WordPress professional. And it all started […]
We shared last week that the WooThemes Team had a neat little video that they were producing that was going to come out shortly – well, @CoenJacobs shared this morning that it was live! Check out the video – it’s more than just paintball, it’s a story about how WooThemes came together as a team and how they created one of the biggest Theme Shops in the world.
Whenever it comes to working on client projects for WordPress, one of the challenges is filling out enough of the site or application with placeholder assets so the user gets an idea how their project is going to look. Sure, designers have the luxury of creating their own placeholder images (and they’re likely more better looking than anything what any developer could come up with on his/her best day!), but what about the rest of us? Lorem Pixel is arguably one of the best tools for creating WordPress placeholder images.