This week: Full Site Editing, the return of WordCamp US, Five for the Future, and much more.
WordCamp US is back after a year-long break. Though the details are sparse, we know it’s a one-day online event on October 1st.
Tammie Lister argues that creating new themes is now easier.
Jonathan Bossenger from Delicious Brains reviewed DevKinsta and Craft Nitro, two local development environments for WordPress.
If summer has brought too much free time on your hands, Yoast encourages you to enroll in their summer school consisting of 4 workshops.
Pixelgrade’s 13th transparency report is out, and as usual, it’s worth checking out how the company divulges what goes on behind closed doors.
Chris Wiegman shows how the Make command can make things easier.
Once again, WebDevStudios encourages active participation in Five For The Future, especially since this initiative can be most enjoyable.
Rich Tabor decided to convert the theme on his site to one created with Full Site Editing. In the Twitter thread below, he shares many valuable insights.
In the Reverse Engineered podcast, Cory Miller explains the importance of caring for your team.
WPCampus website delivered a schedule of speeches.
Connor Cahill, on the Conversio blog, presents tools for testing page loading speed.
Haystack claims as many as 83% of developers suffer from burnout.
On Smashing Magazine, Alba Silvente describes how to migrate from WP to Storyblock.
WPMRR Virtual Summit, a conference devoted to earning through WordPress, is scheduled to take place on September 21-23.
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