This week: WordPress webinars, changes at Do the Woo, WordFest Live 2022, WordPress Developers earnings, and much more.
Link Software‘s website offers a tutorial about plugin acquisitions and the pitfalls it entails.
Konstantin Kovshenin describes in great detail how clearing cache works.
Daniel Schutzsmith launched WP Live Streams, a home for all WordPress-related webinars.
John Locke explains why WordPress developers earn less than they should. Also, see this Twitter thread that started this video.
Automattic acquired WPScan – no changes for the customers so far.
Helen Hou-Sandí, the lead developer at 10up, guested in the ReadMe Project podcast.
Richard MacManus speculates on the ongoing popularity of jQuery and its impact on WordPress.
I’m an avid fan of the “Day in the Life …” series on WebDevStudios. This time, Jodie Fiorenza, their Director of business development, chronicles hers.
Do the Woo has been rebranded and to great effect. Bob took this opportunity to speak to Christina Workman and Brad Williams, the people responsible for the new version.
Beatriz Fialho and Kelly Hoffman proposed a new version of the landing page for Gutenberg. It looks great.
David Gwyer demonstrates some tools to make work with theme.json easier.
Daniel Adamo collected a few trendy WP websites and compared them to their old versions. Time travel of sorts.
PHPStan, a static code analyzer, has reached version 1.0. Huge congratulations to the developers as this is an occasion to celebrate.
WordCamp España, great as it was, had also organized the so-called WordPress Late Night Show. If you still find online meetups tedious and ineffective, such initiatives might pique your interest.
Do the Woo has also announced their partnership with Post Status.
MainWP encourages consultants who specialize in maintaining WP-based websites to complete their survey.
Maciek Palmowski from Buddy and Andy Fragen invite you to a webinar on using Git Updater and Buddy in the plugin update process.
On November 19, the “State of WordPress News” discussion panel will take place.
WordCamp Taiwan will take place on December 11-12.
Toronto Web Performance announced the call for papers for the event that will take place on 15th December.
Excellent news comes from Big Orange Heart. WordFest Live 2022 will take place on March 4.
The WordPress Career Summit will take place on April 8, 2022.
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