Less posts than two weeks before. But some are long articles. And of course, due to works. Total 30 posts.
- The Developer’s Dilemma – Efficiency or Expertise? – Almost the same suggestion. Learn, but no need over learn.
- Keeping Ahead of the Game in Your Web Career – Send the similar vibe. Specialize and focus, but keep learning and adapting.
- When you’re hiring high performers, don’t make this mistake – A good team consists of different people and/with different roles.
- How We Work: A Peek Into the Lives of the Envato Tuts+ Team – Some nice setups. Would love to have one like these in the near future
- Using Sass for “Quantity Queries” – Quantity Queries sounds fun. Wonder if someday can apply this.
- Theming Form Elements with Sass – Some cool ways to style form elements. It’s rather advanced, though.
- Quick Tip: Composer & Github – Develop Packages Interactively – Not that it has any meaning right now, since not using any of them (Github and composer).
- Deploying from GitHub to a Server – Thinks there’s a simple way for GitHub webhook, turns out still needing third party tool for easier. Got an introduction of Jenkins and Travis.
- WordPress Plugin Review: WP Pusher – This WP Pusher seems so powerful. Probably it’s better than FTPloy, Dploy.io or such a like services. Definitely need to try this!
- How To Deploy WordPress Plugins With GitHub Using Transients – Smashing Magazine – Nice technique. Probably useful in the future. Tried and tested.
- What is content dripping? – OK, got it.
At it’s basic form, it means that you release content at regular intervals (like King’s mini-novels).
- How to Speed up the WordPress Customizer | Layers – Digging on Layers WP code.
- Add a Page Select to the Customizer | WP Theming – The
typesaves the day.
- Options in the WordPress Theme Customizer | Tom McFarlin – Kind of agree. Not all Options should be dumped to Customizer.
- WordPress Options and Theme Modifications | Tom McFarlin – Theme Modifications API for themes and Options API for plugins. But no need to be really strict, though.
- WordPress Developers: Clarifying The Title | Tom McFarlin – Actually part of WordPress Developer Salary series. This should be the fifth and last part of the series. And here’s WordPress Implementer title came from.
- What is a WordPress Developer? | Tom McFarlin – This “Power User” is the “WordPress Implementer”, no?
- Are You A WordPress Expert? | Tom McFarlin – There is no Expert.
- When Your WordPress Developer Fails | Tom McFarlin – Win win for all.
- WordPress and Developer Maturity | Tom McFarlin – Junior, Intermediate or Senior ?
- Ask Not “What Can WordPress Do For Me?” | Tom McFarlin – Don’t be afraid to blog. Problem is, sometimes it’s not “afraid” but more like, slack of
- Being a Pragmatic Programmer in WordPress | Tom McFarlin – This quote explains things:
Part of being a pragmatic programmer is not necessarily becoming well-versed in every single thing that comes along. It’s knowing when to use something new.
- Getting Started with WordPress Development | Tom McFarlin – What do you really like about WordPress ?
- Get Better at WordPress Development | Tom McFarlin – Tom offers premium content.
- The one thing many WordPress plugin developers seem to forget – Involves users as early as possible.
- 7 Reasons That Make PSD to WordPress Conversion Popular – Still need to learn PSD slicing. Need more practice ?
- Where to Find Trustworthy WordPress Developers (and How to Spot Them) – Got six sources for jobs marketplace:
- Kinsta Kingpin: Interview With Travis Totz From Modern Tribe – Know Modern Tribe from its Events Calendar plugin.
- Is Becoming a ‘WordPress Professional’ Right for You (Or Even Possible)? – ManageWP – Yes, it’s possible. And yes, it’s right. At least for now.
Covering sass, git, customizer and mostly job.
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