An example of post formats ‒ This is an aside post format. Andrew Spittle is talking about them right now at the WordPress DC meetup.
Totally Geeking Out
I’m giving a lightning talk at the April WordPress DC meetup tonight. It’s a case study on one of our clients at Avendi Media, MFX Solutions. Here are the slides:
I realized today that it’s been a while since I posted anything. That’s just a shame, and it shouldn’t be this long between posts.
So, I guess an update on life:
Since the last time I posted, I haven’t really done a whole lot. Work has been really busy 1, and being married is like having another job at home.
WordPress is a large application. According to Westi’s XREF of trunk, WordPress defines 188 classes, 3840 functions, and 302 constants (since the xref counts variables of all scopes, I’m not including them here). For comparison, depending on your version of PHP, there are anywhere from 2-4 thousand native functions in the language. With so many functions, WordPress is bound to have some really cool ones floating around; and unless you either read core or are active on trac and/or #wordpress-dev, you might not have seen these before.
On Monday, the WordPress DC Meetup group hosted Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, for a town hall-style meetup. This was by far the largest group we’ve gotten together, coming in at about 85 people. That’s more than doubled our previous record, and more than tripled our average.
Matt started off with a slide-show of some “never before seen” pictures (taken in DC) surrounding the creation of WordPress. After that, he started taking questions from the attendees. Continue Reading
Well, I’ve gone and done it now.
I went and got married. Continue Reading