For the last few months, I’ve been quietly building a mailing list for those who are interested in getting better at WordPress development. Tom offers premium content. Source: Get Better at WordPress Development | Tom McFarlin
Ultimately, you may find you want to create things yourself. So you ask: “How do I go about getting started with WordPress development? What do you really like about WordPress ? Source: Getting Started with WordPress Development | Tom McFarlin
If you’re anything like me, every time a new website builder or CMS is launched (at least a good one), a little part of you goes cold. Send the similar vibe. Specialize and focus, but keep learning and adapting. Source: Keeping Ahead of the Game in Your Web Career
I think everyone faces the developer’s dilemma if they’ve been working with WordPress for a while. So what do you choose? Efficiency or Expertise? Almost the same suggestion. Learn, but no need over learn. Source: The Developer’s Dilemma – Efficiency or Expertise?
The reactive speed of a user interface is always directly related to a positive user experience. Here’s how we sped up the start-up time of the WordPress Customizer. Digging on Layers WP code. Source: How to Speed up the WordPress Customizer | Layers