Some posts talking about the future of WordPress. Or what to do with WordPress in 2016.
It’s the start of a new year, so it’s natural to start thinking about your future life and career choices.
Rather different with previous one. It starts with several survey results.
But like it said,
never choose a language from survey results
And like the closing too,
Finally, never be afraid of picking the wrong language … there are no wrong ones. There are those that aren’t best suited to a specific project, but you’ll only discover that by trial and error. Pick an interesting project, choose any language and get going.
Here are our suggestions for what you should learn in 2016. The languages, frameworks and tools that we’ve chosen are popular, with large communities and lots of career opportunities.
Lots of choices. But yesterday’s conclusion keeps reminding what need to do.
I’m not big on New Year’s Resolutions, but starting off the year with my plans for 2016 might be a neat way to start the year.
Already made one. But not ready to publish it 😀
We’re super-excited to present the results of the 2016 WPShout Hosting Review! The Hosting Review is an annual survey we conduct that gathers honest, unbia
The result almost similar to previous one. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel. Digital Ocean finally came up. SiteGround is listed as Popular. And just know if the likes of BlueHost, HostGator and some others are owned by one “Large” Group. And should be avoid, agreed.
A complete, up-to-date resource on Managed WordPress Hosting. Everything you need to know in one spot. No affiliate links, so you know it’s honest.
A very complete guide. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel are the top three here. SiteGround only categorized as Second Tier.