Aaron Ware and Mary Beth Murphy were recently involved in a Panel discussion on the WordPress development process. The Panel includes Linchpin folks, a solopreneur small dev shops and larger agencies. Please feel free to comment or share. You can also view the session directly on WordPress.tv
Because we develop a lot of projects that implement AJAX for various data and display elements, implementing something similar to this will help speed up AJAX requests.
Loopconf happened last week and there are a bunch of amazing sessions that are available online. One that really jumped out to me was Andrew Nacin session on a pretty big fix that took a number of years to fix. Andrew Nacin, lead developer of WordPress, just finished a talk at Loopconf, where he talked about a series of related WordPress security fixes that spanned two years, with the final[…]
It can be a bit overwhelming to try to find the best resources to learn from, so I have a few SCSS resources to point you in the right direction. If you’re familiar with CSS, SCSS can be an easy language to get used to. A lot of what you need to know you can find right on sass-lang.com/guide. If you read that page from top to bottom, you’ll get[…]
In some of our larger Magento EE (Enterprise Edition) setups we have Multiple stores that have different domains. One of the challenges with stores on different domains is sharing sessions.