Matt talks about WordCamps, gives some stats from the 33,000 responders of the annual survey and of course lots more about the future of WordPress.
What is the SSL v3.0 POODLE server vulnerability and how you can fix it.
WordCamp Sydney is at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Sept 27-28 2014. Buy a ticket. Sponsor the event. Go there!
Gravity Forms is a wonderful tool in WordPress but it can be confusing to know what settings are for what. Here we show you how to update notifications
Why potential customers don’t trust your eCommerce site and how using SSL can overcome that trust issue.
This hopeful, inspirational story of strangers from all over the world helping to put an end to this disease is remarkable. It is humanity at it’s best.
Yet again a serious zero day exploit is found in the popular Tim Thumb image resizing script allowing for attacks on your website. This script is seriously an evil bit of code and should be eradicated from the Interwebs completely.
Last night we were treated to a talk in Sydney from Matt Mullenweg on how WordPress was created and where its future lies.
These are the slides from my WordPress Sydney talk on WordPress plugin development. We did try to capture the screen but the screencast software screwed up and munched the output file. Nom nom nom… The talk was aimed at an introductory look at plugin development to show people how easy it is to get started. […]
WordPress’ Matt Mullenweg is in Australia & New Zealand, June 2014, to connect with open source communities via “A Conversation With Matt Mullenweg” events. Melbourne June 12th, Sydney June 16th, Wellington June 17th.