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The WordPress Hacker's Guide to the \Galaxy() [@Baltimore PHP]

by Development and design team leader at Johns Hopkins University on Feb 20, 2013

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As someone who started with PHP as a self-described "WordPress hacker", I had a hard time finding the path to becoming a knowledgeable programmer. Having now stumbled a short way up that path, I think ...

As someone who started with PHP as a self-described "WordPress hacker", I had a hard time finding the path to becoming a knowledgeable programmer. Having now stumbled a short way up that path, I think we can make it easier for anyone who's interested in finding it. I'll share a brief overview of the tools and concepts I wish I'd known getting started, including why the command line matters, how version control fits with WP, MVC architecture, interfaces/adapters, general PHP tips, etc.

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The WordPress Hacker's Guide to the \Galaxy() [@Baltimore PHP] The WordPress Hacker's Guide to the \Galaxy() [@Baltimore PHP] Presentation Transcript