Press, Publish, React
Peering Into the Process of Code Review
Use of a decoupled CMS is an exciting new approach that many organizations are exploring as a way to remain nimble in rapidly evolving industries. A decoupled approach allows teams to maintain the familiar and robust WordPress admin interface while simultaneously embracing design-forward front end experiences that are engaging, aesthetic and highly flexible. With the recent incorporation of the WordPress REST API into core, these possibilities are now a reality. But how, exactly, can this be achieved on an enterprise scale?
We all make mistakes. A missing semicolon. An unused variable. Debugging statements printing. Any of this sounding familiar yet? All of these bugs and errors can be caught effectively with a peer code review process. In addition, code reviews can help with knowledge transfer, creative problem solving and team morale when done right.
A World Without Bugs
A Code Commentary – a Live Code Review
Bugs frustrate your clients and cause unnecessary costs for everyone. A bug caught by a client is more embarrassing and will take multiple times as long to fix as one found in development.
Find out how to increase your QA and decrease time spent on expensive bug fixes. In this talk, we’ll cover the workflows, testing methods, and tools that you need to keep bugs from making it into production. Everything from automated QA testing to why you should create your own in-house frameworks. You’ll walk away with a more accurate picture on testing and the ability to work towards eliminating all the bugs on your next project.
Ever wonder how your code stacks up? Don’t have another developer to bounce ideas off of or do code reviews for you? Come see a live code review from 2 senior engineers who do it for a living.
This session is a live code review panel featuring snippets of code that neither reviewer has seen before they come on stage. Each mini-review will cover an area of code that commonly trips up reviewers, giving you practical advice on how to perform your own code reviews more effectively.
25 Way to Secure WordPress
Performance: A Case Study on Bigger is Not Better
Conferences I’ve Spoken At:
- WordCamp for Publishers 2018
- WordCamp Denver 2018
- WordCamp Europe 2018 (Belgrade)
- WordCamp Salt Lake City 2017
- WordCamp Denver 2017
- WordCamp Stockholm 2016
- WordCamp London 2016
- Coeur d’Alene WordPress Meetup Co-organizer
- Fort Collins WordPress Meetup Co-organizer
- Performance Talk
- Security Talk
- REST API Talk