This week: another wave of layoffs at tech companies, hacked GoDaddy servers, some tips on creating blocks for Gutenberg and much more.
Felipe Elia posted his thoughts on applying for remote jobs abroad on his blog.
Sergiu Gatlan on the Bleeping Computer blog posted a post about a hacker attack on GoDaddy.
An article by Edmund Chan has appeared on the xwp.co blog, answering the question “is it necessary to learn React to create Gutenberg blocks?”. It should come as no surprise that the answer is “it depends”.
George Woodard III touched on a topic that is currently hot. Will AI take away programmers’ jobs?
Adam Zieliński on his blog showed how to parse and modify HTML in a PHP plugin for WordPress using the HTML Tag Processor API.
On Brian Coords’ blog you can read about what a well-prepared design should contain. This will make it easier for the developer at a later stage of work.
On the WordCamp Asia 2023 website, you can already watch recordings of the speakers’ performances of this event.
More layoffs in the technology industry – this time it fell on DigitalOcean. You can read about the analysis of the market situation in Sarah Gooding’s article.
Morph also fell into our hands. This is a WordPress theme where you can build Livewire-inspired components using Alpine.js.
FlyingPress has announced the release of the fourth version of its tool.
WPLift joins the UnlimitedWP family. A description of what we can expect from this cooperation is available on their website.
The Rocket.net blog published an article about in which they explain why a good good hosting is more of a luxury rather than a commodity.