I wasn’t able to attend WordCamp US (cue jealousy rage! :), but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed many of the blog posts that I’ve read about the conference.
It’s easy to be proud of the software and to continue wanting to work with it, isn’t it?
Say you’re a WordPress Developer, but you’re just now getting a hold on jQuery. How are you – or we – supposed to pick up on all the new technologies
There have been great reviews and discussions about it all on some of these articles:
- Interview with Automattic CEO, Matt Mullenweg, on Calypso and more
- Automattic Unveils Open Source WordPress.com Desktop Application for the Mac
- WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg breaks down the blogging platform’s biggest overhaul in years
And there was a lot said during the State of the Word perhaps the most significant from Matt himself:
But if you’re looking for resources on the web, be sure to check out (and bookmark):
- JS The Right Way
- React For Beginners by Wes Bos
And if you’ve got more to add, don’t hesitate to link them up in the comments.
It’s exciting to see this play out and I’m looking forward to picking up a few new things myself (that is, React).