It’s been a wild three years since I made WordPress the center of my attention. When I first dabbled with WordPress in 2006, I characterized it merely as a “promising” open source blogging platform. I had no idea that five years later it would become the focal point on which I’d build a web agency. WordPress has made me a better developer and a better software citizen, provided me with an international community and network, and has even been the source of friendships that extend well beyond the software.
Here are a few of the guiding principles I try to impart when I teach WordPress:
It’s not “can” WordPress do that, but “how” and “should” it. When it comes to building a website or web application, ...
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