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A WordPress Upgrade Doesn’t Break Your Site

WordPress 4.4 was released last week and there’s no reason for me to cover all the information about it. You can read all about it on: – Post Status – WP Tavern – As with any WordPress upgrade, there comes the commentary that: The latest WordPress upgrade broke my site. And I […]

How We Talk About WordPress Influences Others

Originally, I was going to title this post “changing the vernacular of WordPress” but I didn’t think that was as clear as simply saying “how we talk about WordPress influences how others perceive it.” The bottom line of what I’m trying to say, though, is that we use the word “WordPress” to mean something […]

My Thoughts on Building Web Applications with WordPress

I’ve talked quite a bit about my thoughts on using WordPress for web application development. Specifically, I’ve shared: WordPress For Application Development Why WordPress Isn’t Viewed As An Application Framework During the State of the Word 2012, Matt discussed the past, present, and future of WordPress which included WordPress being an “app engine” of sorts. […]

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