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a hangout of developers in a loose, round table-like, discussion about tools, best practices, tips, and most importantly, WordPress.

Latest Episodes

Episode 19: JavaScript for WordPress Master Course with Zac Gordon

Show Takeaways You should sign up for Zac's JavaScript for WP course! Zac's course will help you deeply learn JavaScript In WordPress. His course will cover JavaScript methods and principles that apply to all types of JavaScript rather than specific JS frameworks. The course will teach you how to develop a JavaScript application using WordPress, the REST API and JavaScript. Mentors are fabulous to help you make decisions when you're writing an online course. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sn-nA19eL7E Show Notes Zac tells us how he first started using WordPress. We learn how long it used to take Zac to create, record and edit WordPress tutorials for Team Treehouse. 2016 is "The Year of The WordPress" course. We touch on a few LMS plugins. We chat about different JavaScript frameworks that Zac has used and the differences between them. We ask Zac when he first started using the REST API. Zac shares how choosing the best user authentication for the REST API is a difficult task. We cha...

53 min2016 FEB 17
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Episode 19: JavaScript for WordPress Master Course with Zac Gordon

Episode 18: Advanced WordPress Development with Tim Nash

Show Takeaways Integration testing can be fun! WP-API Course came about because there was nothing at the time, and Tim need to feed his family. All 3 talk what it's like as ManageWP moderators https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lI6C134Nhc Tim, the organizer of WordPress Leeds, the oldest WordPress usergroup in the UK, joins Tom and Jason to chat all things WordPress, the API, and WordPress hosting. Tim is the WordPress Platform Lead and Developer Advocate at 34SP.comas well as author of the WP-API Online Course. Show Notes Tim boosts that WordPress Leeds is the oldest WordPress group in the UK. Beating out London by one week. Tim has been working with the JSON API for close to 6 years. Testing and "enterprise-y" sort of development has intrigued Tim for quite some time. As a result feels that these sorts of topics should be spoken about and learned by all developers. Codeceptionallows for human readable tests that can be written by anyone. We chatted about how jobs and life gets in th...

74 min2016 FEB 1
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Episode 18: Advanced WordPress Development with Tim Nash

Episode 17: WordPress API, Course and Book with Josh Pollock

Show Takeaways Caldera Forms makes designing responsive forms in WordPress easy especially when it comes to forms with split columns. You should buy all the courses on the WordPress REST API!!! Everyone has their own preferred JavaScript framework. Josh️'s Angular JS! Use Ingotfor your WordPress A/B & multivariate testing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUpziyfL2WE In today's episode we geek out with Josh Pollock about all kinds of WordPress goodness. You've probably seen Josh on loads of WordPress sites as he's a developer of Caldera Forms, Ingot, he's written a book on the WordPress REST API and he's also releasing a WordPress REST API course! Show Notes Josh tells us how he stumbled across WordPress. Josh tells us about how he started contributing toCaldera Forms. We learn how Caldera Forms is different from the other WordPress form builder plugins. Josh tells us about Ingot. A new WordPress A/B testing plugin that uses the WordPress REST API and Angular JS. We chat about the W...

54 min2016 JAN 21
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Episode 17: WordPress API, Course and Book with Josh Pollock

Episode 16: Jason and Tom talking Snapchat, Selfie Sticks, and Raspberry Pi

Show Takeaways Start the 3:40 mark where Tom and I discuss 2016 goals as there was some technical difficulties Tom and Jason enjoy the social interaction maybe even more so than the sessions at conferences Jason is looking at Snapchat as a source of engagement for other freelancers Tom is looking for a potential opportunity in building a Raspberry Pi device to help people https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpuZXqos_G8 On this episodeTom and Jason hang out because we had some major fails. Technical issues, video and audio quality, and some general rust that we need to shake off. Our intention is to have a series of guests to come on board to help us see the landscape of Javascript and WordPress. Scott Bolinger was supposed to be our first guest, however there were some difficulties and he dropped off the show. Tom and Jason took the ball and went off on a tangent of a few different things such as Raspberry Pi, Snapchat, selfie sticks, and other items that are linked up below. Show Notes...

52 min2016 JAN 12
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Episode 16: Jason and Tom talking Snapchat, Selfie Sticks, and Raspberry Pi

Episode 15: Heads Down

Show Takeaways Take a look at Bourbon and Neatinstead of Foundation or Bootstrap for more control over complex grids Bronson shared about how to use Node for manipulating Posts and Meta Everyone working with WordPress can offerup and help WordPress and the community https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm5vCAm8Mlw On this episode we hangoutand chat about what we've been up to lately on the heels of WordCamp NYC where Tom and I spoke and Tom helped with organizing it and running Contributor Day and Bronson has travelled the world working on client sites. Show Notes Jason talks about why he shut WP Field Guides down and opening it up for the community. Jason runs his own mini-marathon prior to speaking at WCNYC. Bronson talked about an interesting Joomla migration into Site Origin Page Builder widgets. Tom shares his experience organizing WCNYC and speaking there. Tom has been working with Underscore and Mustache. We chat about Continuous Integration and the various tools like Travis, Depl...

51 min2015 NOV 4
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Episode 15: Heads Down

Episode 14: Fields of Dreams with Scott Kingsley Clark

Show Takeaways Podshas over 30,000+ active installs and is actively maintained. Developing a Fields API for WordPress is hard because so many plugins and developers have created their own custom fields APIs. Having a WordPress mentor like Helen Hou-Sandiis very beneficial for Scott and this Feature Plugin. You should test and give feedback for the WordPress Fields API. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5AdD-CjVlo On this episode we hangout with Scott Kingsley Clark who works for 10up. Scott's been maintaining and championing theWordPress plugin Podsand also leading theWordPress Fields APIfeature plugin for possible inclusion in WordPress core. Show Notes Scott tells us about his history and how he got into WordPress. Scott tells us about the WordPress plugin Pods and how the Drupal CCKthat started the plugin. Plans for Pods Version 3 and integrating it with CMB2. We talk about the WordPress Fields API project and how a mentor helps with Feature Plugins for WordPress core. Scott talks...

59 min2015 AUG 13
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Episode 14: Fields of Dreams with Scott Kingsley Clark

Episode 13: Development Workflow with Ethan Hinson

Show Takeaways Drupal and WordPress can co-exist Throw right into the fire and work it out as a group (for transitioning platforms) Don't have preconceived notions to which platform is best and let the client requirements decide which one will work out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZF7Rsv-iuY We hung out with Ethan Hinson, Senior Architect from Blue Tent. Blue Tent started out as a Drupal shop however found some inefficiencies with the theming layer for some client projects. Ethan took it upon himself to explore WordPress for the company and laid out a product to sell to potential clients built on WordPress. Seeing as he is the principal architect for Blue Tent and managing developers and projects in both platforms, we thought we'd bring him on the show to chat. Show Notes Drupal With PSR-0 namespacing, modern PHP coding standards, and that Drupal is committed to RESTful web services coming, it's an exciting time in the Drupal comunity Blue Tent is using Drupal building mobile ap...

50 min2015 AUG 11
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Episode 13: Development Workflow with Ethan Hinson

Episode 12: WordCamps and the API with Julien Melissas

Show Takeaways WordCamps, APIs, and Beer - what more can a developer ask for in a show "Excited for all the newcomers due to the growth of the API" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE71mFFA1g8 Today we had the pleasure of hanging out with Julien Melissas from Craftpeak and one of the organizers of WordCamp Asheville. Show Notes WCAVL Big growth within the community Julien's favorite session was being a part of a dev panel talking about the WP API Having so many choices in which tool you are using, makes for interesting conversations, but also makes for new people to join in that may have not done so in the past WPAPI and Fields API Julien likes using Ember with the API but identifies some pain points Sometimes it's best to just choose what fits best with the project and then move forward Hopefully the Fields API will take a look at CMB for some aspects that work nicely Get In Touch WithJulien You can find Julienon Twitterand on his website.

61 min2015 JUL 28
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Episode 12: WordCamps and the API with Julien Melissas

Episode 11: A Day In The Life of a Developer Advocate at WP Engine with Jason Cosper

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opa4oM-glvA Today we had the pleasure of hanging out with Jason Cosper from WP Engine. Show Notes Jasons day to day role There is no such thing as a typical day. Jason joined WP Engine as employee number 5 almost 4 years ago. Jason recently traveled to WC Orange County where he got to talk about HHVM. Related Posts plugins are fantastic at being non-performant. WP Engine Hardware, Software & Tech Elasticsearch is currently available in betaon WPE and may be coming to a site near you in the not so distant future. GeoIP allows sites to display different content based on a users location. Mercury is WPE's neat HHVM platform and Vagrant install. Git on WPEngine. Get In Touch With Jason You can find Jason on Twitterand on his website.

64 min2015 JUL 21
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Episode 11: A Day In The Life of a Developer Advocate at WP Engine with Jason Cosper

Episode 10: Are all developers grumpy with Mike Kelly

Show Takeaways Get your developer into the conversations about the project as early as possible. "We are all working together for a successful and beautiful project" Collaboration is key https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlsPTEjI0aU Today we are excited to hangout with the very entertaining and passionate Mike Kelly. Mike works as a consultant for his clients, bridging the gap between developers and designers. He's also the man behind The Grumpy Developer Podcast in which he brings on designers, developers, and project managers who share their journey, experiences and knowledge. Mike is a very passionate guy as you can see in today's show. We are lucky to have him on as this is his very first show where he's the one in the hot seat. Show Notes Working with Developers Bridging the gap between design and development can be avoided by communication early on in the project. Being able to speak to designers and business folks as a developer is critical to understanding the thoughts and goa...

59 min2015 JUL 14
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Episode 10: Are all developers grumpy with Mike Kelly
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Latest Episodes

Episode 19: JavaScript for WordPress Master Course with Zac Gordon

Show Takeaways You should sign up for Zac's JavaScript for WP course! Zac's course will help you deeply learn JavaScript In WordPress. His course will cover JavaScript methods and principles that apply to all types of JavaScript rather than specific JS frameworks. The course will teach you how to develop a JavaScript application using WordPress, the REST API and JavaScript. Mentors are fabulous to help you make decisions when you're writing an online course. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sn-nA19eL7E Show Notes Zac tells us how he first started using WordPress. We learn how long it used to take Zac to create, record and edit WordPress tutorials for Team Treehouse. 2016 is "The Year of The WordPress" course. We touch on a few LMS plugins. We chat about different JavaScript frameworks that Zac has used and the differences between them. We ask Zac when he first started using the REST API. Zac shares how choosing the best user authentication for the REST API is a difficult task. We cha...

53 min2016 FEB 17
Comments
Episode 19: JavaScript for WordPress Master Course with Zac Gordon

Episode 18: Advanced WordPress Development with Tim Nash

Show Takeaways Integration testing can be fun! WP-API Course came about because there was nothing at the time, and Tim need to feed his family. All 3 talk what it's like as ManageWP moderators https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lI6C134Nhc Tim, the organizer of WordPress Leeds, the oldest WordPress usergroup in the UK, joins Tom and Jason to chat all things WordPress, the API, and WordPress hosting. Tim is the WordPress Platform Lead and Developer Advocate at 34SP.comas well as author of the WP-API Online Course. Show Notes Tim boosts that WordPress Leeds is the oldest WordPress group in the UK. Beating out London by one week. Tim has been working with the JSON API for close to 6 years. Testing and "enterprise-y" sort of development has intrigued Tim for quite some time. As a result feels that these sorts of topics should be spoken about and learned by all developers. Codeceptionallows for human readable tests that can be written by anyone. We chatted about how jobs and life gets in th...

74 min2016 FEB 1
Comments
Episode 18: Advanced WordPress Development with Tim Nash

Episode 17: WordPress API, Course and Book with Josh Pollock

Show Takeaways Caldera Forms makes designing responsive forms in WordPress easy especially when it comes to forms with split columns. You should buy all the courses on the WordPress REST API!!! Everyone has their own preferred JavaScript framework. Josh️'s Angular JS! Use Ingotfor your WordPress A/B & multivariate testing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUpziyfL2WE In today's episode we geek out with Josh Pollock about all kinds of WordPress goodness. You've probably seen Josh on loads of WordPress sites as he's a developer of Caldera Forms, Ingot, he's written a book on the WordPress REST API and he's also releasing a WordPress REST API course! Show Notes Josh tells us how he stumbled across WordPress. Josh tells us about how he started contributing toCaldera Forms. We learn how Caldera Forms is different from the other WordPress form builder plugins. Josh tells us about Ingot. A new WordPress A/B testing plugin that uses the WordPress REST API and Angular JS. We chat about the W...

54 min2016 JAN 21
Comments
Episode 17: WordPress API, Course and Book with Josh Pollock

Episode 16: Jason and Tom talking Snapchat, Selfie Sticks, and Raspberry Pi

Show Takeaways Start the 3:40 mark where Tom and I discuss 2016 goals as there was some technical difficulties Tom and Jason enjoy the social interaction maybe even more so than the sessions at conferences Jason is looking at Snapchat as a source of engagement for other freelancers Tom is looking for a potential opportunity in building a Raspberry Pi device to help people https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpuZXqos_G8 On this episodeTom and Jason hang out because we had some major fails. Technical issues, video and audio quality, and some general rust that we need to shake off. Our intention is to have a series of guests to come on board to help us see the landscape of Javascript and WordPress. Scott Bolinger was supposed to be our first guest, however there were some difficulties and he dropped off the show. Tom and Jason took the ball and went off on a tangent of a few different things such as Raspberry Pi, Snapchat, selfie sticks, and other items that are linked up below. Show Notes...

52 min2016 JAN 12
Comments
Episode 16: Jason and Tom talking Snapchat, Selfie Sticks, and Raspberry Pi

Episode 15: Heads Down

Show Takeaways Take a look at Bourbon and Neatinstead of Foundation or Bootstrap for more control over complex grids Bronson shared about how to use Node for manipulating Posts and Meta Everyone working with WordPress can offerup and help WordPress and the community https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm5vCAm8Mlw On this episode we hangoutand chat about what we've been up to lately on the heels of WordCamp NYC where Tom and I spoke and Tom helped with organizing it and running Contributor Day and Bronson has travelled the world working on client sites. Show Notes Jason talks about why he shut WP Field Guides down and opening it up for the community. Jason runs his own mini-marathon prior to speaking at WCNYC. Bronson talked about an interesting Joomla migration into Site Origin Page Builder widgets. Tom shares his experience organizing WCNYC and speaking there. Tom has been working with Underscore and Mustache. We chat about Continuous Integration and the various tools like Travis, Depl...

51 min2015 NOV 4
Comments
Episode 15: Heads Down

Episode 14: Fields of Dreams with Scott Kingsley Clark

Show Takeaways Podshas over 30,000+ active installs and is actively maintained. Developing a Fields API for WordPress is hard because so many plugins and developers have created their own custom fields APIs. Having a WordPress mentor like Helen Hou-Sandiis very beneficial for Scott and this Feature Plugin. You should test and give feedback for the WordPress Fields API. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5AdD-CjVlo On this episode we hangout with Scott Kingsley Clark who works for 10up. Scott's been maintaining and championing theWordPress plugin Podsand also leading theWordPress Fields APIfeature plugin for possible inclusion in WordPress core. Show Notes Scott tells us about his history and how he got into WordPress. Scott tells us about the WordPress plugin Pods and how the Drupal CCKthat started the plugin. Plans for Pods Version 3 and integrating it with CMB2. We talk about the WordPress Fields API project and how a mentor helps with Feature Plugins for WordPress core. Scott talks...

59 min2015 AUG 13
Comments
Episode 14: Fields of Dreams with Scott Kingsley Clark

Episode 13: Development Workflow with Ethan Hinson

Show Takeaways Drupal and WordPress can co-exist Throw right into the fire and work it out as a group (for transitioning platforms) Don't have preconceived notions to which platform is best and let the client requirements decide which one will work out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZF7Rsv-iuY We hung out with Ethan Hinson, Senior Architect from Blue Tent. Blue Tent started out as a Drupal shop however found some inefficiencies with the theming layer for some client projects. Ethan took it upon himself to explore WordPress for the company and laid out a product to sell to potential clients built on WordPress. Seeing as he is the principal architect for Blue Tent and managing developers and projects in both platforms, we thought we'd bring him on the show to chat. Show Notes Drupal With PSR-0 namespacing, modern PHP coding standards, and that Drupal is committed to RESTful web services coming, it's an exciting time in the Drupal comunity Blue Tent is using Drupal building mobile ap...

50 min2015 AUG 11
Comments
Episode 13: Development Workflow with Ethan Hinson

Episode 12: WordCamps and the API with Julien Melissas

Show Takeaways WordCamps, APIs, and Beer - what more can a developer ask for in a show "Excited for all the newcomers due to the growth of the API" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE71mFFA1g8 Today we had the pleasure of hanging out with Julien Melissas from Craftpeak and one of the organizers of WordCamp Asheville. Show Notes WCAVL Big growth within the community Julien's favorite session was being a part of a dev panel talking about the WP API Having so many choices in which tool you are using, makes for interesting conversations, but also makes for new people to join in that may have not done so in the past WPAPI and Fields API Julien likes using Ember with the API but identifies some pain points Sometimes it's best to just choose what fits best with the project and then move forward Hopefully the Fields API will take a look at CMB for some aspects that work nicely Get In Touch WithJulien You can find Julienon Twitterand on his website.

61 min2015 JUL 28
Comments
Episode 12: WordCamps and the API with Julien Melissas

Episode 11: A Day In The Life of a Developer Advocate at WP Engine with Jason Cosper

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opa4oM-glvA Today we had the pleasure of hanging out with Jason Cosper from WP Engine. Show Notes Jasons day to day role There is no such thing as a typical day. Jason joined WP Engine as employee number 5 almost 4 years ago. Jason recently traveled to WC Orange County where he got to talk about HHVM. Related Posts plugins are fantastic at being non-performant. WP Engine Hardware, Software & Tech Elasticsearch is currently available in betaon WPE and may be coming to a site near you in the not so distant future. GeoIP allows sites to display different content based on a users location. Mercury is WPE's neat HHVM platform and Vagrant install. Git on WPEngine. Get In Touch With Jason You can find Jason on Twitterand on his website.

64 min2015 JUL 21
Comments
Episode 11: A Day In The Life of a Developer Advocate at WP Engine with Jason Cosper

Episode 10: Are all developers grumpy with Mike Kelly

Show Takeaways Get your developer into the conversations about the project as early as possible. "We are all working together for a successful and beautiful project" Collaboration is key https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlsPTEjI0aU Today we are excited to hangout with the very entertaining and passionate Mike Kelly. Mike works as a consultant for his clients, bridging the gap between developers and designers. He's also the man behind The Grumpy Developer Podcast in which he brings on designers, developers, and project managers who share their journey, experiences and knowledge. Mike is a very passionate guy as you can see in today's show. We are lucky to have him on as this is his very first show where he's the one in the hot seat. Show Notes Working with Developers Bridging the gap between design and development can be avoided by communication early on in the project. Being able to speak to designers and business folks as a developer is critical to understanding the thoughts and goa...

59 min2015 JUL 14
Comments
Episode 10: Are all developers grumpy with Mike Kelly
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