On: 2011/02/25
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Who this book is for

Professional WordPress Plugin Development is for professional Web developers who want to make WordPress work exactly how they and their clients want. WordPress has already proven an exceptional platform for building any type of site from simple static pages to networks of full-featured communities. Learning how to code plugins will help you get the most out of WordPress and have a cost-effective approach to developing per-client features.

This book is also for the code freelancers who want to broaden their skill portfolio, understand the inner-workings of WordPress functionality, and take on WordPress gigs. Since WordPress is the most popular software to code and power websites, it is crucial that you understand how things run under the hood and how you can make the engine work your way. Learning how to code plugins will be a priceless asset to add to your resume and business card.

Finally, this book is for hobbyist PHP programmers who want to tinker with how their WordPress blog works, discover the infinite potential of lean and flexible source code, and how they can interact with the fl ow of events. The beauty of open source is that it's easy to learn from and easy to give back in turn. This book will help you take your first step into a community that will welcome your creativity and contribution.

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  1. Xavier says:

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

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


  3. Ozh says:

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

  4. Robert says:

    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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