Manage WordPress with Awesome using wp-cli

I spoke at WordCamp Vegas 2012 on wp-cli.

It was great to see so many people excited to use the command line!

Thanks to John Hawkins and the organizing to team for a great WordCamp, and the chance to speak.

I’ll be updating this post with additional references and notes, so please let me know if you have any questions in the comments!

Slides and sample code below.
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Speaking on wp-cli at WordCamp Vegas

Looks like I’m speaking at WordCamp Vegas 2012!

I’m super excited for the opportunity to spread the word on the awesomeness that is managing WordPress with wp-cli.

You can see details on my talk on the sessions page.

There are still tickets — come by and say hi!
If you have anything in particular that you’d like me to touch on in the talk, let me know in the comments below.

Introduction to Contribution

I just finished talking about how you can get involved with WordPress core contributions at WordCamp Orange County!

Thanks for the organizers, Jeff Zinn and Brandon Dove for inviting me, and to Helen Hou-Sandi for looking over my slides and offering superawesometm suggestions.

You can find the slides below!
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Speaking at WordCamp Orange County 2012

I’ve been invited to speak at WordCamp Orange County!

I’ll be presenting an introduction to the WordPress Contribution Community, and how you can get started with core code contributions, in particular!

If ya’ll have any specific questions that you’d like me to address in the talk, please let me know in the comments.

WordCamp OC is organized by the awesome guys over at Pixel Jar, Jeffrey Zinn and Brandon Dove, who ran a great camp last year.

It’s sadly sold out, but will be June 2-3, 2012 at Vanguard University.

For further details on the event, speakers, and sessions, check out the official WordCamp OC website.

Looking forward to seeing ya’ll there!

Slides can now be found here.

New in WordPress 3.4: Presentation and Lessons Learned

Late last week I agreed to talk through new stuffs in WordPress 3.4 at the OC WordPress Meetup.

If you can’t be bothered to scroll to the bottom of the PDF, for further reading and complete details on what’s been done with 3.4 so far (it’s still a work in progress!), check out:

And, please test ALL THE THINGS by downloading WordPress 3.4 Beta 2.

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