For most people the thought of dealing with the Command Line is akin to trying to read, speak, and translate a foreign language – you’d just rather skip it entirely and hire an interpreter or translator or just not go there in the first place. But there’s a lot that you can learn about not only programming and computers in general but also WordPress. Some of you might actually find a bit of “fun” in the mix as well. Why not let Mike Schroder give you a brief introduction to what might just be another great challenge for you this […]
How many presentation slides have you built in your life? *Thinking…* Gasp, too many for me. When I used to work for the enterprise and even a large non-profit organization, I was building slide decks every week it seemed. For the most part most of them royally sucked. I broke every design rule imaginable and just did what most people do: Bullet point lists of content that bore people to tears. Well, perhaps it’s time to go WordPress-on-it and thanks to Otto there’s a solution that might be a bit more appealing than that last presentation that you did last week:
There is no question that mobile is here to stay – we are living in a mobile world where content is being consumed more and more on mobile devices instead of from people behind a desk. This is a good thing for all of us but also means that we need to be able to design and develop great online products that meet these needs – and perhaps it’s so important that we need to consider mobile first and then everything else from there? That’s just one perspective of many and it’s good to have other opinions, such as James Banks’ via […]
WordPress.tv is continuing to crank out great presentations from all over the web and even more specifically from a number of the great WordCamps that have been completed in the last few weeks. There have been a handful of new presentations that you might want to check out – we’ve provided them here for quick viewing as well as their slides. Enjoy!