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

by Development and design team leader at Johns Hopkins University on Mar 02, 2013

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Having started out as a self-described "WordPress hacker", it's taken me years to discover how to incorporate best practices into a WordPress context. I'll share a brief overview of the plugin ...

Having started out as a self-described "WordPress hacker", it's taken me years to discover how to incorporate best practices into a WordPress context. I'll share a brief overview of the plugin devleopment concepts I wish I'd understood earlier, including object-oriented architecture, interface-like dependency management, robust app-like directory structure, super-charged deployment, the power of WP constants and APIs, and more.

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