Understanding the Input/Output (I/O) model of your application can mean the difference between an application that deals with the load it is subjected to, and one that crumples in the face of real-world use cases.
WordPress is easily the most powerful open source blogging and content management system available online today, and so working knowledge of its intricacies is a boon to any developer or designer resume.Read more
What’s WordPress’s secret sauce? Easy – it’s the simplest yet most extensible way to manage your content. However, for a while, WordPress seemed to have fallen behind.Read more
Plugins are a vital part of WordPress websites that need specific functionalities.
While the official WordPress repository has more than 45,000 plugins from you to choose from, many of these plugins miss the mark.
Just because a plugin is in the repository doesn’t mean it won’t hinder its performance or compromise its security.Read more
We are only human, and one of the traits of being a human is that we make mistakes. On the other hand, we are also self-correcting, meaning we tend to learn from our mistakes and hopefully are thereby able to avoid making the same ones twice.Read more