This week: State of the Word 2021 recap, the future of WordPress, WP Awards 2021, CI/CD best practices, and much more.
The Nexcess blog speculates what WordPress might bring in the years to come.
Check up WP Minute for the State of the Word’s recording, transcription and slides.
After State of the Word, Post Status asked for comments from Eric Karkovack, Rae Morey, Bet Hannon and Maciek Palmowski (that is me).
Roy Tanck shows his dissatisfaction with the State of the Word. He’s not happy with the direction WordPress has taken and doubts that most of his customers will benefit from Gutenberg’s new capabilities.
If you’re a novice in CI/CD – this article by Tomek Papiernik on the best practices comes in handy.
Jonathan Harris has become a WordPress Core Committer, i.e. a person owing direct access to the WP writing repository. In the article, he describes how long each patch can take.
Ryan Welcher’s battle with meme generating block available on his twitch.
WP Weekly announced the winners of WP Awards 2021: The Admin Bar, ACF Pro, and Elementor.
An introduction to Generate Blocks has been posted on the
Skool House website. It explains their nature & benefits.
Austin Ginder offers a step-by-step description of how to clean up the WP database.
Eric Karkovack shares some tips on using WordPress Multisite.
WPBeginners has presented another iteration of their website. Not a revolution, but a solid evolution.
WP Tavern has also paraded their new robes.
Rich Tabor presents his new project. This time it is connected with the so-called Creative coding.
Recently, Web3 topic has eclipsed Twitter. Gary Pendergast gives his perspective on WordPress and web3 state of affairs.
There’s a hall of fame on Upstairs with all the authors. Upcoming Events:
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. If you like this edition, don't forget to share it.