Lately, I’ve been thinking about dedicating a few hours weekly to working on WordPress Core. I have many reasons to do so. Challenging myself and improving my programming and communication skills, while expanding my portfolio are some of them. But what’s that “Core” thing? And even if you know that, why should you care? You […]
You might have noticed that I didn’t write new articles for 2-3 months, only very seldomly. It was caused by me having to finish my bachelor’s thesis and prepare for my bachelor’s state exams, which, by the way, I successfully passed (yay). Actually, no, or, just partially. The true reason for not writing articles and […]
After weeks of hard work, WordPress Performance Optimizations thesis is finally finished! Download it here. If you find any mistakes, whether grammatical or technical, let me know, please. I will be putting the work into a GitBook format during summer so it will be completely open source, anyone will be able to make modifications (pull […]
Having a secure web application is a top priority of any company and web developers. Lately, WordPress has been a subject of much security discussions. Several large vulnerabilities were revealed. Fortunately, they have all been fixed so if you update your site, you are safe once again. I have zero issues with WordPress security — […]
In the WordPress world, things move and evolve quickly. Tens — sometimes hundreds — of new issues pop up each day. Modifications to WordPress Core happen on daily basis. The community is vibrant, doing something all the time. That’s good. What’s even better is to start following these changes. You could become a better WordPress […]
In the upcoming weeks I’ll be working on a single page application built on WP REST API. If you don’t know what that is, read Brian Krogsgard’s awesome article on it. Anyways, what will be this project about?