Mo Jangda from Automattic gave a presentation and lead a discussion on Code Review at a recent WordPress Big Media Meetup in New York City now with full transcript. So to get a sense of what the room looks like, how many people here are developers? So the majority of people, probably 70-80 per cent. How many […]
Code For The People is a six-person WordPress development agency based in the UK, known for their great service and the enterprise tools they’ve created. Automattic has acquired them and will be winding down the consulting part of their business as they join our WordPress.com VIP team to continue building the best tools and services […]
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Can you explain the WordPress.com VIP Codebase to me? Why, yes we can! Here’s a visual guide. [visual-guide guide=”codebase”] Where can I track the development of WordPress? WordPress is an open-source project. You can track the development of it on the Make WordPress Core blog, and see the latest tickets in trac. In addition, there […]
The first WordPress.com VIP launch of 2014 goes to Re/code, a new venture by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Happy Re/new Year! http://t.co/63riu6puJD — Recode (@Recode) January 1, 2014 According to Re/code’s launch post: We are thrilled to announce that we are forming our own new and independent media company, Revere Digital, with a pair […]
At WordPress.com VIP, we feel very privileged to work with some of the best developers on some of the world’s biggest sites. It’s a small community of smart people who get to build some amazing technology. As a developer working on WordPress.com VIP, I will: Never stop learning. Not be afraid to ask questions. Be […]
We’re continuing to post the presentations from our recent WordPress Big Media Meetup in New York City. Today, a presentation and discussion on Code Review, lead by Mo Jangda from WordPress.com VIP. To see the presentations from previous Big Media WordPress Meetups, click here.
Every line of code that is committed to WordPress.com VIP is reviewed by the VIP Team. We don’t do in-depth code reviews to add more time to or delay your launch schedules. We do these lengthy code reviews to help you launch successfully. The goal of our reviews is to make sure that on launch, your […]
With the new Media Explorer plugin, you can now search for tweets and videos on Twitter and YouTube directly from the Add Media screen in WordPress. Media Explorer is a joint project by WordPress.com VIP and Code For The People (a VIP Featured Partner). In this post, CFTP’s John Blackbourn shares the technical and user experience decisions that […]