Two weeks ago I’ve released a new app called WordCamp, it’s mission, to help wordcampers to get info about their event on an iPhone or iPad.
It is with a great pleasure that I’m able to announce a new app I’ve coded for the WordPress community and all the WordCamps around the world, under the umbrella of my agency called hellodev, with info about the speakers, sessions and a lot more. It’s called WordCamp for iOS.
I want to share with you a bit more about an incredible journey I’ve been through this last months, since the first day I met Cory and Matt until yesterday, when we finally launched our plugin, iThemes Sales Accelerator.
WooCommerce has become the greatest e-commerce framework / platform / system for building a fast, reliabe and all around cheap web store. It’s popularity has grown very fast since the early days and even more after…
The year of 2017 is going to be the year where I’ll be doing the most travelling I ever did, at least the most travelled distance combined, both professionally (heavily #wordpress related) and with the family, and it couldn’t be for better reasons. This gets me excited and motivated all year long, and it’s so good!
There’s a lot of work that I’ve done over the years, be it WordPress or iOS related, that has terrible code aesthetics, but simply works, and that I find it would be very useful to a lot of people. When it was shown to other developers or recent hires at my company, people had a hard time looking and understanding it. I have to solve this issue.
Today I had the pleasure and honor to give a talk at the biggest WordCamp Portugal ever with over 300 participants about security around WordPress. Amazing event! Congratulations to everyone at the organising team!
When PHP7 first came across my eyes, I was sitting in a talk held by Zeev Suraski, who was clearly a proud father looking at his newborn child with such an enthusiasm, I just wanted to grab my laptop and try it myself. He talked about how much faster PHP7 was and I couldn’t believe it.
It’s all happing in January 28th 2016, where people who made the WP REST API and people who use it are going to talk about the next great thing the Internet will see (or is seeing).