This week: “self-coding” AI, what is coming in WordPress 5.8, enterprise WordPress and more.
GitHub presented their use of artificial intelligence in creating functions.
WordPress blog reveals what awaits us in version 5.8
On Box UK, Ian Jenkins published an article on how they create projects for their clients and what their stack is.
On the WordPress community blog, Andrea Middleton announced the possibility of face-to-face meetups for vaccinated community members.
WordFest Live 2021 announced the official list of speakers on their website. Maciek Palmowski among them!
This month I talked with Nate Finch, a senior WordPress Engineer at Strattic. We discussed about all those popular things like: headless, static, decoupled and jamstack in context of WordPress.
WebDevStudios blog prompts how important it is to maintain the website after its publication.
Julien Maury reminded us what we gained with WordPress 5.0 and what is coming in the near future.
DailyWP is an interesting plugin for Chrome, which shows you news from the WordPress world when you open a new tab.
Sketch Block is a plugin by Automattic. It is used for freehand drawing and can be used, among others, for signatures.
On her blog, Cate DeRosia wrote why she quit her job seven weeks in.
WordCamp Europe 2022 is recruiting organizers through their official website.
Rich Tabor has published an entry on his new block that allows writing comments visible only in the admin panel.
Searchengineland.com reports that Google postpones the plan to block third-party cookies in Chrome until 2023.
Craig Hewitt describes how Castos secured funding for further operation and development.
WP Mainline is a collection of news from the WordPress world created by one of the co-founders of WP Tavern.
Kinsta published a podcast with Austin Ginder – founder of Anchor Hosting.
Underpin is a WordPress framework that allows you to create plugins and themes the easy way.
BerlinDB is a collection of classes and functions that allow for an ORM-like approach when working on WordPress.
July 7 will bring an event presenting what conclusions you can draw from organizing an online conference bringing together over 3,000 people.
WordCamp Santa Clarita will take place on July 17-18.
The second edition of WordFest Live will take place on July 23.
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