I wasn’t able to WordCamp Orange County in 2013, but if I had, I would have enjoyed checking out this cool talk in person. The presenter, Alex Vasquez, does a good job explaining the differences and similarities between frameworks, parent/child themes, and starter themes.
His slide deck has some awesome illustrations.
Brad Williams has long been considered a leading person on WordPress security. I’ve had the opportunity to see him speak a number of times and if you haven’t, I would really suggest you check out one his latest talks from WordCamp Phoenix.
I will be doing an upcoming course on WordPress security for Treehouse and resources like this from Brad are a huge asset for learning more about the topic. Thanks Brad!
As someone who worked for Blackboard for a year and has used a number of different LMS at the middle, high school, college, and University level, I liked watching this video from Maria Erb on the topic.
In my opinion, using WordPress and Sensei from WooThemes, you can create a a pretty great LMS replacement.
Gotta love the catchy title on this post from George Stephanis’s talk from WordCamp Philly: “The Seven Deadly Theming Sins”
You know it’s good cause George works for Automatic 😉
Troy Dean did a great presentation at WordCamp Melbourne (which I was supposed to be at but missed ) on how to charge more for your work. I think I may have even posted about this before, but I came across it again and still feel it’s worth checking out.
I remember when P2 came out as the internal blog theme that the WordPress.com team used. Now we have a nice WordPress talk the UX of the theme from Michele Mizejewski.
Very cool insights here from educator and WordPresser John Caserta.