Here’s what we’ve been writing, reading, and sharing this past week:
WordCamp Organizing 101: Registration – Another entry in our series on organizing WordCamps. This week we’re diving into handling online registration and the in-person lineups during the event.
Codename Clippy – We held our first-ever team hackathon last weekend, and this is how it all went down. (We’re keeping the product under wraps until the relaunch of WPUniversity.)
How do I move my site to the first page of Google? People have been chasing search engine rankings for over a decade. But what good is ranking alone? In this post we go deeper into the process of creating content that search engines want to share.
I’m speaking at PodCamp Toronto 2014. My WordPress 101 session will be an adventure through the world of WordPress, from coming up with the idea through building a solution. It’s light on code and heavy on strategy/tactics.
This is why Sidekick makes sense. WPUniversity & SIDEKICK co-founder Ben Fox talks about Clippy — the misunderstood and unfairly maligned paperclip of Microsoft Office — and what we’ve learned from him.
Related – Ribbon Hero 2: Clippy’s Second Chance
Intro.js is step-by-step guide to your web app. It’s not as powerful (or as awesome) as SIDEKICK, but it’s nonetheless a handy tool for introducing users to your web application. Better user experiences are better for everyone. 🙂
ExoWP is an MVC exoskeleton for WordPress.
WP Think Tank: A panel discussion about the future of WordPress. A lot of big players here! February 25, 8PM UTC.
IKEA standing desk for $22? Yes please!
Photo Credit: Daniel Novta on Flickr