Archive for the "#plugindevbook" Tag

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Posted On: 2011 / 03 / 22

Look at what the mailman finally brought me today: OMG. I'm all excited. Writing stuff is great, submitting Word documents for proofreading is great, reviewing PDF chapters is great, downloading the whole ebook is great but, man, holding the hefty nifty paperback, feeling its weight, substance and existence… Wow :)[...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 10 / 18

From my experience, here is how time is spent when writing a book about WordPress plugins: Seriously, the brainstorm part is ridiculously important. Writing standalone snippets only is neat sometimes, but on the long run it might leave the reader with the impression they won't be able to glue the various parts into a functional […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 10 / 01

(Note that for some reason our system calculated that our Technical Editor @nacin knows more than the 100% you can actually know about WordPress, which made the system crash, guess who's to blame) No, seriously: I'm learning a TON of stuff, even on subjects I thought I was proficient in. Stating the obvious: read the […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2010 / 09 / 01

So, peeps, I have good news and bad news. And by good news, I mean super mega hyper exciting announcement. The good news: three persons, carefully handpicked among all the three most important people in WordPress, are writing a book, I mean, THE book, on WordPress Plugin Development. These three fine chaps are Brad Williams, […][...] → Read more