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Get Your Fill of WordPress Videos at WordPress.tv

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September 13th, 2012
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I’m sure you’ve seen all of our WordPress videos over the past few years, but were you aware that most of them came from the same place? If you’re in the mood for some educational and inspirational videos, head on over to WordPress.tv, where you can find hundreds of videos from general tutorials to almost every WordCamp presentation.

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How not to Design a Theme from Drew Strojny

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WordPress 3.5 has entered early development and will be featuring the new Twenty Twelve default theme. If you’re curious about what went into the new default theme, designer Drew Strojny took a reverse approach to this in his talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2012, How not to Design a Default Theme. Currently, Twenty Twelve is available to WordPress.com bloggers if you want to play around with it. It will also be available via the official Theme Directory for WordPress.org bloggers shortly, and included with the release of WordPress 3.5.

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Fireside Chat with Matt Mullenweg

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June 1st, 2012
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Just a few days ago, Matt Mullenweg had a fascinating fireside chat with Sarah Lacy of PandoDaily. The chat covered such interesting things as the state of the WordPress community, the future of WordPress, working with distributed workforces, and Facebook and Tumblr. At almost two hours in length, it’s certainly a long watch, but well worth it, especially with a nice cold drink this weekend.

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eMusic: WordPress on a Large Scale

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October 27th, 2011
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A few days ago, we asked if you plan ahead for the scope of your site or just play it by ear. eMusic is moving to WordPress for all of their CMS needs, and they need to handle some rather hefty usage, so how are they doing it? Straight from WordCamp San Francisco 2011, eMusic software engineer Scott Taylor shares some of his secrets on bringing WordPress to the enterprise level.

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WordPress and Responsive Web Design

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A few days ago, I mentioned that a responsive design was my favorite WordPress theme feature. Of course, I wouldn’t be doing well to promote my favorite feature without at least pointing you in the right direction to learn how to do it yourself. Straight from WordCamp San Francisco 2011, here’s Sara Cannon with a great presentation on responsive web design in WordPress.

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WordPress and Internationalization

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October 19th, 2011
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I’m sure that you’re all familiar with WordPress in English, but did you know that WordPress is available in 121 languages? There is definitely a lot of work that goes into that, and it’s just another reflection of the power of the WordPress community. Maybe you want to know what goes into that, or how you can get involved. If you do, this presentation from WordCamp Montreal 2011, featuring Paolo Belcastro and Zé Fontainhas, offers a great peak into a world of WordPress that you may have never experienced or even expected.

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WordPress Plugin Security Showdown

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September 17th, 2011
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It’s the weekend, time to work on your next WordPress plugin, but are you following the right security practices? At this year’s WordCamp San Francisco, core developers Mark Jaquith and Jon Cave, along with developer and author Brad Williams, covered some of the best security practices for plugin development and offered some real-life examples of just how easy it is to turn a world-class plugin into a crippling vulnerability. “One of the greatest things about WordPress plugins is they can do anything, and one of the most frightening things about WordPress plugins is they can do anything.” ~ Mark Jaquith

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Ten WordPress Features That You May Have Missed

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September 9th, 2011
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Feature-wise, WordPress is quite huge, so there are bound be a few useful features that you never noticed, especially those that have been introduced recently. If you think that you know all there is know about WordPress, check out Sheri Bigelow’s Top Ten Features You Aren’t Using from this year’s WordCamp San Francisco. You might be surprised.

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Should You Use WordPress?

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September 5th, 2011
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Are you having trouble decided if WordPress will be the right solution for your next amazing site, or do you have a boss or client who’s refusing to accept WordPress as a viable platform? Sara Rosso gave a great intro to the WordPress Ecosystem at this year’s WordCamp San Francisco. She covers some of the heavy-hitters using WordPress, how big of an audience some of them are reaching, and why they decided to make the switch (if they did move from another platform), as well as how the overall community works.

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