Today, I’ve put my bachelor thesis about WordPress performance optimizations into Git revision control repository. It will help me to track changes and history and enables my supervisor to follow the work. I’ve also put the repo on GitHub. Link: https://github.com/lamosty/wp-perf-optimization-bachelor
This week I crafted a presentation on how to optimize WordPress performance. Although it’s not the final bachelor’s work presentation, it has a lot of useful information for any WordPress developers and web administrators. Check it out.
This week I have learned to use roots/Bedrock WordPress stack. I’ll be using it during testing and optimizing WordPress loading speeds. Bedrock is super-useful if you need to have a development and production versions of your WordPress application in the same folder structure. It also integrates Composer so no need to install plugins manually, just […]
To be honest, I didn’t work on my bachelor’s thesis this work. On the other hand, I was thinking hard of how to structure it. Came with a few solutions which I wrote down on a paper.
I had a regular meeting with my supervisor Kamil Maraz. Firstly, we discussed the bachelor’s thesis on a macro level. He pointed out a few deficiencies in my initial proposal. After that, I presented him my new findings about Vagrant and Ansible technology. It can be used to setup and provision virtual machines on which […]
Today, I set myself a goal — write and finish the first chapter of my bachelor’s thesis. I managed to complete the text about what WordPress is and why it needs performance optimizations, but I’m still not finished with writing about my background and why I’m competent solving such a complex issue. Back to writing…
Today, I was chosen to present my bachelor thesis references and resources with a short introduction. Everything went smoothly and nicely. Note to myself: Keep an eye contact with an audience during a presentation.