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I wrote a book about WordPress Plugin Development, along with WordPress rockstars Brad Williams and Justin Tadlock.

The book is available as paperback, DRM-free ebook and Kindle.

This page describes the book, its intended audience and its content, in the following short pages:

  1. intro, here, duh
  2. Overview of the book. Skip if you know what a WordPress plugin is.
  3. Who this book is for. Read to make sure that book is for you
  4. TOC Short Overview: chapter titles, so you know what this is about
  5. Full detailed TOC including section titles: loooong page. But hey, the book *is* hefty:)

Honestly? Honestly, this book is a plugin developer's wet dream :)

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This page "Professional WordPress Plugin Development" was posted on 25/02/2011 at 6:34 pm
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  1. 1
    Xavier France »
    said, on 01/Mar/11 at 10:24 pm # :

    Sounds hefty, but tasty :)
    Can't wait to have a look at it!

  2. 2
    Maor Barazany Israel »
    thought, on 19/Mar/11 at 4:16 am # :

    Just ordered the book on Amazon. Looking forward to getting it!
    Do you have also affiliate programs for selling this book?


  3. 3
    Ozh France »
    wrote, on 19/Mar/11 at 7:49 pm # :

    Maor Barazany ยป Amazon itself has an affiliate program which you can use to sell it

  4. 4
    Robert Austria »
    said, on 04/Dec/11 at 8:37 pm # :

    Bought your book after I read your article http://planetozh.com/blog/2009/09/top-10-most-common-coding-mistakes-in-wordpress-plugins/ – it was worth every cent of it – thanks for the huge amount of tipps & code examples!

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