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Andrew Nacin, Full-Time WordPress Developer

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December 11th, 2010
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It seems like just last month when we were celebrating Andrew Nacin’s first full year of WordPress contributions. ┬áLike any good athlete with a solid year under his belt, Andrew Nacin has just been acquired, by Matt Mullenweg himself. Nacin now has his dream job. He will be working alongside Otto Wood as a Tech Ninja at Mullenweg’s Audrey Capital. His job? To continue his work as a WordPress core developer on a full-time basis and also contribute to the WordPress.org site, bbPress, BuddyPress, and GlotPress. Nacin has certainly made an impact during his rise through the WordPress community, and we wish him the best in his new adventure. ┬áThe future of WordPress certainly feels more secure than ever before.

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WordPress 3.0 Template Tag Reference Guide

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December 1st, 2010
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For those developers out there who would like a quick and easy way to reference Template tags in WordPress, you now have another choice. This reference guide was created by DBS Website which is a web design company based in Louisville, Kentucky. There are two versions of the guide. One for WordPress 2.x and another for the 3.0 branch. The guide is set up so that the quick links to various tags show up on the left while information regarding the tag shows up within the center of the page. When you click on a tag, a drop down appears showing information related to the tag as well as a short description. The guide itself does not contain any information that you couldn’t find by browsing the Codex but simply presents an organized look at the various Template tags WordPress has to offer. There are a number of other resources […]

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Celebrating One Year of Nacin

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November 17th, 2010
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Yesterday, Andrew Nacin celebrated his first full year of WordPress contributions. To quote Nacin, “It’s been one hell of a ride, and I don’t intend to slow down.” Nacin’s WordPress career began on November 16th of 2009 with an almost insignificant twelve-character patch. Just three months and about a hundred patches later, Nacin was asked to become a WordPress core developer. Fast-forward to today, Nacin is one of the most recognized core developers with about seven hundred contributions and six WordCamp presentations under his name. When not contributing to WordPress, Nacin can often be found blogging about WordPress, tweeting about WordPress, publicly speaking about WordPress, supporting WordPress, editing a book on WordPress plugin development, working on the WordPress Core Contributor Handbook, and dodging a humorous onslaught of #blamenacin tweets. So, how did Nacin learn to contribute to WordPress? I learn first by reading, and second by doing. If you want […]

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