This week: WordPress performance, certification, support for individual contributions, the world beyond WordPress, and much more…
Jem Turner has published a really in-depth guide on how to deal with WordPress performance.
CertifyWP is a new organization that aims to bring knowledge-based certifications to the world of WordPress.
The WP Community Collective is an interesting initiative to help support and pay individual contributors.
LMS created by e-learning experts
LearnDash is taking cutting-edge e-learning methodology and infusing it into WordPress. Trusted to power the learning programs for major universities, small to mid-size companies, startups, entrepreneurs, and bloggers worldwide.
Man does not live by WordPress alone.
Maciek Palmowski explains the benefits of leaving the WordPress bubble for a moment.
We already knew that the next
WordCamp Europe would be held in Athens. Now we know exactly where. The place looks really amazing.
Weglot, as every year, donated 50% of its income to charity. And we, as every year, highly appreciate their approach.
Sridhar Katakam explains how to remove a filter that has been declared in a class constructor.
Mike McAlister gathered in one place links to places where we can learn the most about block themes.
Probably each of you knows
Marieke and Joost from Yoast. Additionally, they act as investors under Emilia Capital.
In the 306th episode of the WP Builds podcast, we could listen to
Marcel Bootsman and Maciek Palmowski talk about the new Kinsta service.
On WordPress.org we can read
Huanyi Chuang’s profile. He is one of the organizers of WordCamp Asia and an important figure in the Taiwanese community.
Matthias Andrasch has just started working on connecting Gutenberg blocks with Svelte. A very interesting project.
Topher Tebow shows how hackers get access to our websites in a very prosaic way. If you like this edition, don't forget to share it.