Matt talks about WordCamps, gives some stats from the 33,000 responders of the annual survey and of course lots more about the future of WordPress.
Last night we were treated to a talk in Sydney from Matt Mullenweg on how WordPress was created and where its future lies.
WordPress’ Matt Mullenweg is in Australia & New Zealand, June 2014, to connect with open source communities via “A Conversation With Matt Mullenweg” events. Melbourne June 12th, Sydney June 16th, Wellington June 17th.
Development on WordPress 4.0 has officially started. But what new features can we expect to see in this new version?
Cache your database query results in WordPress Transients to reduce database load and increase your WordPress web page loading speed.
WordPress 3.8 is going to look very different with a Dashboard overhaul giving it a new flat UI and the new Twenty Fourteen theme arrives just in time for Christmas.
Find out what else has changed in this release.
As more of us are using mobile devices to access the Interwebs. We asked WPtouch developer and co-founder of BraveNewCode, Duane Storey, for his expert views on the Future of Mobile Web Browsing.
Drop-ins allow you to replace some of the core WordPress functionality and Must Use plugins are always active and can’t be uninstalled from the dashboard. Let’s find out more.