This coming month we have two great meetups scheduled. Developer: Code Review Takes Two Date & Time: Monday, May 13th at 6:30 pm Ever wanted to become a better developer? One sure way: have your code reviewed. Code review can offer valuable perspective on how to write concisely, solve challenging problems, or make your architecture abstracted. For … Continue reading Two Meetups for May: Code Review Takes Two and WordPress’ 10th Anniversary Party
Yesterday, even though it was a beautiful Saturday afternoon, 15 of us gathered to level up our Unit Testing skills at the first PDXWP Hack Day. After a couple of hours getting learned, we managed to ship: Tests for wp_cache_init() and wp_cache_replace(). Props Zack Tollman. Unit tests for the Widgets API. Props Corey McKrill and Robert … Continue reading Unit Testing Hack Day Recap
On Saturday, April 27th, PDXWP is hosting a hack day focusing on unit testing. Max Cutler, who has contributed significantly to WordPress core unit tests, will be teaching the group about unit testing. WordPress core unit tests are written using PHPUnit. While PHPUnit is not the only unit testing framework for PHP, it is what … Continue reading Unit Test Hack Day Prep
http://vimeo.com/64430739 Monday night brought Erick Hitter, Team Custom Lead at Automattic, to speak to just under 40 people in developer meetup about the Power of WordPress' Roles and Capabilities. His presentation took two parts, which Erick has also conveniently posted for your reviewing pleasure: The Power of WordPress’ Roles and Capabilities Understanding map_meta_cap Special thanks to Luke … Continue reading The Power of WordPress’ Roles and Capabilities Recap
This coming month we have two three great meetups scheduled. The Power of WordPress’ Roles and Capabilities Date & Time: Monday, April 15th at 6:30 pm WordPress’ roles seem simple enough on the surface, but behind the Administrator, Editor, and the other default roles is a powerful system that can be customized extensively. For April's PDXWP … Continue reading Three Meetups for April: Roles and Capabilities, Unit Testing and What’s Coming in WordPress 3.6
This is a guest post from Eric Turnnessen, Founder of MemberMouse. If you’d like to make an announcement to the group, let us know. MemberMouse is a premium WordPress membership plugin that allows our customers to accept payments, manage customers, deliver premium content in a password protected member's area, track critical business metrics and more. … Continue reading WordPress Portland – MemberMouse Needs a Customer Support Specialist!
Hey Portland WordPressers! Almost the entire 10up team is coming into Portland this week for an internal developer summit. As part of our schedule, we're having a community social over at Green Dragon on Wednesday, April 3rd starting at 7 pm. We'd love to buy you a beer, hang out and talk WordPress and web … Continue reading April 3rd: Hang Out With 10up in Portland!