Isaac Keyet shared this morning that there are plans to migrate the existing forums and dev blogs for mobile-related development. This is based on the discussion and proposed changes via the #wordpress-mobile chat yesterday. Proposed changes are as follows:
30 days ago I had a problem: I have a vast amount of experience in my career field, but I was just another face in the crowd. What could I do to make me and my skills stand out? Build a great resume? Nope. That is outdated and just doesn’t have the oomph that I was looking for. Network like crazy? Nope. While networking is a must do, it is definitely not my strong suite…I am the introvert of all introverts. I would just get lost in the crowd. What can I do to fix this problem? There is this […]
Yup. It’s Wednesday. And we’re half-way through the week and for some of us this is a “great” day and for others this is a “not-so-great” day as we look behind us at the work done so far and look forward to all the work left to do in the week. But, this may be a slightly different week for some of us, especially if you’re taking the week off for Christmas and the holidays. So, what is your #humpday looking like? Share your stories, images, and anything else in the comments below.
Lorelle VanFossen has announced that she’s expanding her WordPress College Course to Portland Community College at Rock Creek – she has previously given the course at Clark College and the Clark College Corporate and CE. The goal? To get you ramped up with WordPress as quickly and effectively as possible! you’ll explore the application as a CMS, site structure, organization, and even development with a business mindset. Here’s the general curriculum outline that you can expect:
BuddyPress implementations are growing year-over-year but it’s always neat to find a somewhat non-conventional use that really shines. For example, the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) recently was voted to be one of the top 10 most innovative schools because of their implementation of BuddyPress for admissions, beating out the likes of Harvard for a higher slot in the ranking: The college admissions process is a painful experience for many hopeful students, filled with strict guidelines and often unhelpful officials. But the Milwaukee School of Engineering may have developed the solution. Their Bridge program is an original approach to the process of […]