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My roots are WordPress and publishing, and I have experience with pretty much everything related to web development: React, Node, Vagrant, Nginx, PHP, Python, Redis, Memcached, SCSS, SAML, YAML, devops, testing infrastructure, code review, product definition, etc. I'm uniquely qualified to match technologies to business needs.
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What I've been doing and discovering.
Install, activate and enable with
wp plugin install --activate wp-redis && wp redis enable
A new persistent object cache drop-in for WordPress that I’ve been working on with the folks at Pantheon.
Great writeup by Steve Persch on how we’ve been using Behat and CircleCI for WordPress plugin integration tests.
Short articles on how to solve many different problems.
Use a GET parameter to switch themes by filtering the expected options.
Even though a given user might have the capability to perform the action you’re checking, they might not have initiated it. Nonces are WordPress’ way of verifying the user actually initiated the action.
To keep sneaky evildoers from making changes to your WordPress site, it’s important to check that a given user has permission to make the change they want to make.